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Microsoft System Center 2012 Orchestrator Cookbook by Andreas Baumgarten, Samuel Erskine, Steven Beaumont

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Creating child Runbooks

This recipe will describe how to call a child Runbook. This method allows you to be modular in your approach to Runbook activity designs. You can create common shared (functional) activity Runbooks. These common functional Runbooks can be used in new or existing Runbooks that require this functionality without duplicating the effort.

In this recipe you will use two of the Runbooks you created in Chapter 4, Creating Runbooks for Active Directory Tasks.

The specific scenario for the Runbook in this recipe is to create and add a new user to an Active Directory group.

Getting ready

The preparation for this recipe requires you to create the following two Runbooks described in Chapter 4, Creating Runbooks for Active Directory Tasks ...

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