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  1. Thank you for the idea - I'm testing this out and so far the performance improvement is promising.
  2. I have a script that I would like to run every time a machine boots, but haven't found the right trigger for the script. Does anyone have a trigger (i.e. internal monitor) that would work here? Thank you in advance”.
  3. Thank you for the great info! I started implementing this today and am excited about the results so far.
  4. Has anyone came across or know of a way to speed up access to the Automate Control Center? I previously ran the Control Center directly on the cloud server and it was snappy. Now that we have been excluded from direct access to the cloud server, I'm finding that the Control Center is quite sluggish, especially when working Tickets (Service Desk > Tickets) I've confirmed that we are on the closest geographically located cloud instance and that that cloud instance shows the lowest latency from our location. I've also tried multiple machines without any improvement.
  5. @DarrenWhite99 Thank you for this script and monitor. I was searching for this exact solution and this is a HUGE time saver!!
  6. Fantastic! I've been looking for something along these lines for a while now - thank you for sharing.
  7. Hi - I am attempting to create a custom internal monitor that will alert us if the following Event ID does NOT occur within the past 24 hours: Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-Backup Source: Microsoft-Windows-Backup Date: 8/10/2018 12:19:19 AM Event ID: 4 Task Category: None Level: Information Keywords: User: SYSTEM Computer: MaiscoSRV1.maiscoinc.local Description: The backup operation has finished successfully. I have already configured Automate to pull in the crimson logs for Microsoft-Windows-Backup. I have already configured Automate to blacklist the Event ID 4 listed above and verified that it is properly blacklisting (from viewing the database records), based off this post: https://www.labtechgeek.com/topic/3957-windows-server-backup-monitoring/?tab=comments#comment-23771 Here is my current internal monitor configuration: Interval: Every 5 min Monitor Mode and Duplicate Alert Frequency: Send Fail After Success Table to Check: eventlogs Field to Check: blacklistID Check Condition: Equals Result: 853 (this is the Database ID for the Event ID 4 blacklisted blacklistID) Identity Field: Reverse.Query Monitor Target: Service Plans.Windows Servers.Server Roles. Windows Servers Core Services.Domain Controllers (as I only want it running against my domain controllers) NOTE: I have also manually excluded a handful of machines that are in the domain controllers group, but won't be running system state backups. These are excluded so they won't send false positive matches since they don't have system state backups. My question: I've set this up and it doesn't produce the results I was looking for - no matches currently, even though we had 2 servers with failed system state backups last night. Is there a better way to accomplish this task?
  8. @Duvak - I just ran across this today and it was exactly what I needed for our solution. Thank you so much for sharing this info!
  9. Fantastic work @LoneWolf - thank you for taking the time to document this so well and share it out! Does anyone know of a similar setup for HP servers? Our Dell servers are now well covered, especially in monitoring for hard drive/RAID issues, but I'm still struggling to find a good way to monitor drives and RAID issues within HP servers.
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