Is there a way that a SCOM users (non administrator role) can create an subscription and allow others to viewed and edit that subscription?
We have several teams that want to setup a subscription to alert several subscribers but any of the subscribers need to be able to view & edit the subscription, not just the person who created the subscription.
I know an SCOM administrator can view & edit any subscription, maybe there is a way a SCOM administrator edit a subscription to allow multiple users to view and edit a subscription.
If you have a bit time and patience Adam Driscoll has made PowerShell Universal Dashboards, a framework which allows you to create web-apps based on PowerShell. – Very interesting stuff:
He also created the PowerShell Pro Tools for Visual Studio which allow you to create GUIs for PowerShell with Drag & Drop more or less: https://ironmansoftware.com/poshtools
I have another idea. You could leverage JEA (Just Enough Administration) to restrict required PowerShell Cmdlets that control Alerting in SCOM.
Here is a nice walk-through:https://sid-500.com/2018/02/11/powershell-implementing-just-enough-administration-jea-step-by-step/
Would that help?
I am not aware if this is possible by delegation. You would have to try or perhaps someone else here has experience.
There is a guy however you build a self-service-portal for SCOM. This goes into your direction.
As far I see it presently does not offer subscriptions, but I think you could approach this idea. Chances are there, that it will be implemented. … It’s not a huge software company 😉