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Creating a new runbook for Office 365 email accounts
8. On the right side of the Runbook Designer, expand the Active Directory IP folder and
select the Enable User activity. Drag and drop it next to the Create User activity. Link
the Get Object activity to the Get Relationship activity.
9. Expand the System IP folder to choose another activity. Select the Run .Net Script
activity and drag and drop it next to the Enable User activity. Link the Enable User
Activity to the Run .Net Script activity. Right-click the Run .Net Script activity and
change the name to DirSync PowerShell.
10. In Runbook, expand the System Center folder. Select the Get Relationship activity
and drag and drop the activity next to the DirSync PowerShell activity. Link these two
activities.
11. In Runbook, expand the SC 2012 Service Manager IP folder. Select the Update Object
activity and drag and drop the activity next to the Get Relationship activity.
Rightclick Update Object and change the name to Update SR Progress. Link these two
activities.
12. In Runbook, expand the System IP folder. Select the Run .Net Script activity. Drag
and drop the activity next to the Update SR Progress activity. Right-click the Run .Net
Script activity and change the name to Assign Licenses. Link these two activities.
13. In Runbook, expand the SC 2012 Service Manager IP folder and select the Update
Activity activity. Link the Assign Licenses activity to the Update Activity activity.
You have now created, but not configured, the activities using Orchestrator. We will
configure the individual activities in Chapter 8 after we install and configure System Center 2012
SP1 Service Manager. Your finished runbook should resemble the one shown in Figure 7-26.
Save your runbook so you can return to finalize the configuration.
Figure 7-26 Completed placement of our runbook activities.
In this chapter you have completed the first part of a two-part process. You installed
Orchestrator in System Center 2012 SP1 and built the foundation of a runbook. In Chapter
8, we will install System Center 2012 SP1 Service Manager, which will enable us to provide
work low and create a self-service portal.
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