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A powershell command for removing network devices so i can run it from Orchestrator

I have a work around to add network devices into SCOM using Orchestrator with a SharePoint list as the source and a SharePoint form as the interface.
I have no way of deleting the same devices from SCOM using Orchestrator.
I notice that for the network classes when i query them from powershell many of the values are read only and cannot be changed. i.e. i was hoping to change a network device to deleted so that a SCOM cleanup process would remove the device.
I have seen code used for service manager blogged somewhere and it illustrates how to remove devices similar to SCOM but so far yet to get this working.
So it would be good if there was a powershell command available like in OM 2007 R2 where i could run it to remove a network device.

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  • Nick D commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree. I would really like to see more PowerShell support, specifically...
    New-SCOMNetworkDevice
    Remove-SCOMNetworkDevice

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