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  1. I've been digging through all tables with 'monitor' in the name and I don't see them anywhere. I know there in there somewhere as I remember using them in the past. Of course I didn't write it down the first time. thanks!
  2. These performance monitors are pretty much useless and generate tickets even though they have the "Do Nothing" Alert Template. How do I just get rid of them completely and not have them come back?
  3. Thanks for your explanation. What I can't figure out is where to find the probes in the first place. I know about network probes. Same thing?
  4. What I don't understand is how to reinstall the probe agent. Where do I find it?
  5. This keeps happening to me every day and has been for a couple of weeks now. I know that monitors trip and disable themselves if the query fails (which it doesn't, it's the stock one from Connectwise) or if the monitor takes too long to run. I manage to run in in just a couple of seconds. The server and DB itself is tuned for performance so that pretty much all of it is in RAM at any one time. I've looked in the LT logs, but they seem to cycle so fast that I can never find any indication as to what the problem is. Has anyone else run into this and, hopefully, found a fix? Thanks!
  6. Actually, the link did work, my Onedrive account was "frozen" and wouldn't get me get to it until I unfroze it.
  7. The links to the download no longer work. I would really like to try out this tool. Thanks!
  8. So I have a situation where I need to trigger a script to run on machine 2 from a script running on machine 1. Is there a clean way to do it other than manually inserting an entry into the scheduledscripts table?
  9. This is something that's perplexed me for awhile. What is the point? By default it seems they have no relation to whether or not a machine is under contract or not. Am I missing something here?
  10. I'm getting repeated failures from the script on a small handful of machines: "Results: C:\Windows\TEMP\20180103113119761_temp.vbs(92, 2) Microsoft VBScript runtime error: ActiveX component can't create object" I looked at the script itself. Here are lines 91 and 92: Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2") Set Obj = objWMIService.ExecQuery ("Select * from Win32_OperatingSystem") Thus, it seems like there's a problem with WMI. I can't for the life of me figure out how to fix the problem, though. Has anyone else received this message and/or fixed the underlying problem? - Paul
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