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I'm reaching out on the forum because I have been working at this for a few days and I can't seem to get it right. Has anyone setup file monitoring for automate that simply watches a folder and alerts if a file sits in that folder for too long? I set it to 15 minute intervals and I've tried some scripting options as well. But nothing seems to be working on. Please advise if you are able. I just want it to look for any file that comes into the folder. So I set the watch as: "C:\example\Sample\*.*" Is the "*.*" valid for automate? Because it doesn't seem to be working the way I want it to. Thanks, -Zikkou
In case it helps anyone, I found a quick-and-dirty way to monitor Dell PowerVaults for hardware or RAID problems without mucking-around with SNMP. Dell's Modular Disk Storage Manager (MDSM) software includes a command-line tool (SMcli.exe) that can output a list of the storage arrays it knows about and a brief health-status descriptor for each. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dell\MD Storage Software\MD Storage Manager\client\smcli.exe" -d -v The output looks something like this: MAIN-SAN-1 [ip address] [ip address] Optimal BACKUP-SAN-1 [ip address] [ip address] Needs Attention SMcli completed successfully. So I created a remote EXE monitor on the server running MDSM that runs the above command and checks if the output contains the string "needs attention".