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  1. This setup has been working great so far, until recently when I discovered that I am not getting alerts for issues with VD0. The OID values I'm using seem to correspond to the VD number (see below), but I can't figure out how to monitor VD0. for VD1 Status for VD2 Status for VD3 Status and so on I've tried using for VD0 Status, and even tried dropping the last digit completely (, but I'm just getting errors. Is anyone successfully monitoring VD0 status using SNMP?
  2. Does anyone know of a definitive guide for setting up Automate and Control to detect and repair offline Automate agents? I'm not savvy enough to build this integration. I'd love if Automate could check Control to verify if an agent is actually offline, then use Control to restart/repair the service or uninstall/reinstall the agent if necessary. I've got hundreds of agents offline in Automate, yet online in Control. Manually connecting and repairing or reinstalling the Automate agent is so cumbersome! Any help is so greatly welcomed and appreciated!
  3. I'm looking for a way to monitor a DC for AD user account lockouts whereby the monitor will alert me when an account gets locked out, and also which account is locked out. I haven't been able to find any good solutions, but I'm sure there's a way to do it either by using built-in Automate functionality, or even parsing Powershell command output. Any help is appreciated!
  4. I'm looking for a way to send myself an alert when there are no more RDS sessions in a session group. I can get a list of sessions by running "get-RDUserSession" in powershell, but I'm not sure how to create a monitor or alert based on an empty result of that command (if that's the best way, which it may not be). This would be nice to have so I don't have to monitor user session manually when waiting to install software or apply updates, or even restart an RDS server.
  5. Thank you DanialFireFold! Those two threads really helped me wrap my head around SNMP monitoring, allowing me to create some useful alerting in Automate.
  6. Nevermind. I was trying to use the built-in SNMP monitor for Dell RAID DiskStatus. When I used the OMSA OID's listed above, I get the appropriate results. Thank you for your help.
  7. Thanks jyhirth. I assumed it was localhost. I'm 98% confident that everything is configured correctly, but when I test the monitor on any one of my servers, it results in an error status. Any troubleshooting tips?
  8. Like pengstrom, I am confused about how to add the monitors to the group. Adding a remote monitor to the group using the wizard asks for an IP or hostname to monitor, and I'm not sure what to put in there. Can anyone provide some clarification?
  9. I'm looking for a "for dummies" guide to monitoring RAID (among other things) in Dell and HP servers. I'm not very proficient with SNMP, and honestly I'm no superstar when it comes to scripting and custom monitors in LabTech (Automate) either. I know there's tons of info in these forums and elsewhere, but I keep getting confused and am having a tough time piecing it all together. If anyone is will to throw together some step-by-step instructions for monitoring RAID warnings & failures, I'm sure I'm not the only one who would be very grateful.
  10. I'm a bit of a newbie when in comes to scripting and custom monitors. Would anybody be so kind as to provide a guide for me to follow to set this up with scripts, monitors, and alerts? Levi
  11. I'm looking for a way to automate the process of finding workstations with an uptime greater that one week, then scheduling a reboot for those workstations at a specific time. I want this to happen daily. A detailed walkthrough is greatly appreciated. I know my way around LT, but not well enough to make this happen with certainty. Thanks!
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