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Internal Monitor to identify Domain Joined Computers without an Automate Agent Installed

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This RAWSQL monitor uses data from the Active Directory Plugin to check for active AD Computer Accounts (with recent logon times) that do not have an Automate Agent installed. This is helpful to identify computers that were joined to the domain without the proper procedure, or computers that your agent deployment has not succeeded in reaching. The alert will be targeted against a probe computer for each client, you will need to read the alert body (or subject) to find out the name of the computer without an agent. Because the alerting is "Probe" centric, be aware of the following:

If you enable group targeting, and your targeting excludes the probe computer for a client, no machines will be reported for that client.
If you have no probe at any location for a client, no machines will be reported for that client.
If you Exclude or Ignore the "computer", you are really excluding the Probe Computer, and if you do this no machines will be reported for that client.
There is no simple way to Whitelist machines that do not have an agent installed on purpose. You will just have to live with them being reported.

Thank You to @Gavsto for helping test this monitor and spot issues.

The attachment has been moved. See https://www.labtechgeek.com/files/file/19-domain-computers-without-automate-agent/

 

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When I try to import it, it wants to import 4 statements not 2.  Is this for a particular version of Automate or something?

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What version do you have? And you can import in SQLYog if Control Center is being dumb..... 

(Older versions of CC were known not to correctly import, which is why the statement count is important...)

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4 hours ago, kuuser said:

We're on 10.5.273

That's your problem. The import is broken on something that old, you will need to use SQLYog to import.. You really should look into updating, there are so many bugfixes it isn't funny.

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