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  1. You could do something like.... have the rougeDHCP monitor raise an alert. Then run a script that looks at the active alerts, matches the agents of those alerts to the same location/subnet, then do a ticket UPDATE from the script. There might be a way to avoid using alerts and looking straight at the monitors table to pull the info, but alerts might be more handy as it's easier to see when they are cleared, so less worry about timing WHEN the alert happened. Just look for an active alert that hasn't been cleared. I have no idea if this is a viable solution, I am 100% doing a thought experiment / brain storm here.
  2. In the Xtra Reports demos (youtube channel) they show how to use a parameter to link a field from the main report to a sub report. Example: "[ClientID] = ?ClientID" I am not sure if this is indeed your issue, but it sounds like it.
  3. Create an individual calculated field for each type of network device you want to count, then run the Count() function on each network device type calculated field. This is with the assumption that [NetworkDeviceType] is available. I would assume that it is. If it is not available in that SQL view, I would just add another table or view that DOES have the info, then link it to the data source you're working under. This can be complicated, but it is in the realm of possibility.
  4. Open the Report Center Look at the report templates There should be one named Drive Detail. Generate a new report from template. Below is a screenshot excerpt of what the report shows for drive details. You can customize this I am sure, but it will require you learn DevExpress Xtra Reports and spend some Dev time on it. https://documentation.devexpress.com/XtraReports/2162/Reporting
  5. Quick explanation: I have two bands. The top displays all internal drives. The bottom will display all Optical drives that currently have media inside, otherwise it will be hidden. I also elected to hide all A: drives. First step, create a calculated field that signifies the drive type of the given drive. (I am pretty sure I copied that expression from another report, so not taking credit on that one) Second step, create a conditional format on the detail band that sets visibility to NO if DriveType == Optical is TRUE. Screenshots should provide clarity on any confusion.
  6. Same reply from another thread. Copied and Pasted: add a calculated field. use functions to calculate the date difference, i.e. "DateDiffDay([HotfixInstallDate],Now() )" now add a conditional format. say "Iif([hotfixinstall30days] > 31,TRUE ,FALSE )" in the detail band, click the property arrow, go to conditional format, and if this format condition is TRUE, set visible to NO. therefore, anything with an install date older than 31 days will be hidden from the output. Keep in mind, I did not do any work on actually figuring out or formatting the DATE field. Whatever date you are getting out of the database, it's up to you to figure out the formatting. I can explain a bit more clearly with screenshots if what I said makes no sense.
  7. ok, i got the report showing how you want, but i have some issues with the date calculation. I didn't spend any time trying to format the installdate from the database. quick gist.... add a calculated field. use functions to calculate the date difference, i.e. "DateDiffDay([HotfixInstallDate],Now() )" now add a conditional format. say "Iif([hotfixinstall30days] > 31,TRUE ,FALSE )" in the detail band, click the property arrow, go to conditional format, and if this format condition is TRUE, set visible to NO. therefore, anything with an install date older than 31 days will be hidden from the output.
  8. I feel you mate. Done that a couple times.
  9. I assume this column is what you want to filter on....?
  10. napptown00.... which date do you want to filter on? Based on what you said, I am thinking you want to look at "HotfixDateAdded" as your date to filter on. That should correspond to the date when Microsoft published the hotfix. Please clarify and I can run a test report to see if it what youre looking for.
  11. I am replying 2 years late... I am surprised no one commented sooner. Anyways, my rough understanding of the bandwidth monitor is as follows.. The number you are getting as a result is Megabytes per second. You need to multiply by 8 in order to get megabits per second. I do not claim to know the actual process this monitor uses to derive the exact number. In my testing, I had the monitoring interval at 30 seconds, but in effect the returned data intervals were around 90 seconds. I don't know if this depends on the load of the LT server or the amount of time it takes the probe to poll the particular interface you are monitoring. The other aspect of this is averages versus real-time. I don't know what to even compare to. What intervals does, say, Netflow use, or is capable of?
  12. We are upgrading to Labtech 11 this weekend, I mean, CW Automate. See how that doesn't make any sense?
  13. I had trouble doing SNMP walk on some Fortigate firewalls as well. What seemed to fix the issue was entering an explicit IP address in the SNMP settings on the fortigate for the network probe. for example: 192.168.1.10/255.255.255.255. I did not do any intense testing on this, it just seemed to work after I tried this.
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