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I few days ago a friend (Anders Bengtsson over at www.contoso.se) asked if I could help out with creating an Orchestrator Activity that would convert rich text to plain text. So, today we’re announcing another community contribution from Gridpro, the “Gridpro Orchestrator Text Manipulation Integration Pack”. At this point it only contains the one activity – “RTF to Plain Text”.

Download the integration pack from here: Gridpro Orchestrator Text Manipulation IP

Note: The activity needs the complete RTF content to be able to convert it correctly, line by line coversion is not supported.

Update: See how Anders uses the IP when working with announcements in Service Manager. Integrate Service Manager and SharePoint annoncements with a bit of Orchestrator magic

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For our Swedish audience we are happy to introduce a half-day session in how Service Manager 2012 and Orchestrator 2012 can ease your daily IT operation burden by automation. This session is arranged by our partner Expero and is in Swedish. For more information and to book your seat click here

If you want even more hands-on experience on how Service Manager 2012 and Orchestrator 2012 work together we would recommend you to book a seat in our 2 days Labshop were we will be working with these products and see the full potential of the integration. Book your seat here

 

A few weeks ago, I was in the “studio” with my colleague Jonas Ullman and some fellow Expero instructors recording System Center 2012 presentations. So if you understand Swedish and would like to see how Service Manager 2012 and Orchestrator can bring fully automated self-service to the table, Enjoy!

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It’s here(!), now everyone can start providing their users with fully automated self-service based on pure System Center technology. Since yesterday you’re all able to download the beta version of System Center Service Manager 2012 and the RC version of System Center Orchestrator 2012. These two products are the core components in the new rich self-service portal experience provided by System Center 2012. Where Service Manager is the product that defines tracks and exposes your IT services, Orchestrator is in charge of the automated request fulfillment (delivering the service…). By having Orchestrator utilizing the other SC family members you can easily provide rich service to your users.

To start evaluating System Center 2012 products, download current versions from here:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/system-center/trial.aspx

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