How to Run a Management Pack Task

System Center

Updated: January 31, 2012

Applies To: System Center 2012 - Operations Manager

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Management packs include tasks that perform useful commands on the items that the management pack is designed to monitor and manage. You can use the Operations Manager class libraries to programmatically launch a task that is defined in an installed management pack. When you start the task, you can control both the criteria that are used to determine the targets of the task and the handling of the results that are returned when the task is complete.

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How to Asynchronously Run a Management Pack Task
Demonstrates how to run a task in a separate thread, which enables the software development kit (SDK) client to perform other operations during a running task.

How to Synchronously Run a Management Pack Task
Demonstrates how to run a task in the current thread, which causes the SDK client to delay until the task process is complete.

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