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  3. I have updated the actual DS.. Realized that it wasn't getting data from the actual endpoint in context. I was running PS commands locally (so it was always retrieving data from the Collector ). I've re-wrote it in order to use 'Invoke-Command' & this way it seems to be getting data for each device in context. Updated the GitHub repo
  4. Right -- I tried the same and it looks like reports don't handle ILPs. They certainly should -- probably will need to escalate to LM to get it fixed, and they may say it is a feature request :).
  5. Have you tried the alert threshold report? You cannot be very granular in which type of threshold you select, but if you export to CSV and open with Excel or equiv, you could probably create a data filter on anything that has a critical threshold defined (based on how many words are in the threshold). Or just write a script to dump the CSV lines that match the critical threshold pattern. It may take a while to execute :). I just tried it with HTML (by mistake) and the page started to render, then crashed the tab.
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  7. Hello, I have two and the column was added ... But still nothing... Any idea? Thanks, Dom
  8. It doesn't look like there is a canned report for this and something could be written against the API I'm sure, but I'm looking for a way to report on all datasources and datapoints where a critical threshold has been set. We are essentially trying to determine all datapoints where an alert would route through a particular escalation chain. Any thoughts on this? Thanks.
  9. You should be able to add the property to a custom column, but in my case it ends up with no data. In my case, I use the friendly name as the instance name if possible, otherwise the thumbprint, so my friendly names show in the report. I can't show auto.windowscerts.dnsnames, though. Report adds it as a column, but no values show. Seems like ILPs are not valid for reports, which feels like a bug to me, though I am sure I will be told it is a feature request :).
  10. Hello, No a specific report through Alert Report ... https://xxxx.logicmonitor.com/santaba/uiv3/report/download.jsp?1600885411693 Thanks, Dom
  11. Updated the actual code since the task ExitCode was being output as Decimal & it's easier to present it as HEX on the actual alarm message. To accomplish that, I've added a function that makes use of LM API & maps a custom property at the instance level (this way we can then reference it in the actual alarm message -> converted to HEX). Hope it's useful for anyone
  12. If you add the information to syslog, export syslog to the collector, then setup a syslog EventSource, it would open an alert. You could then route that alert to email like any other alert.
  13. By report, I assume you mean "alert message"? If so, the property name should work as a token. For me, it was just generally empty so would need to structure the message to account for that as best as possible since there are no conditional output controls like for template systems.
  14. Hello, The friendly name is in the field properties in the alert.... How to make it appearing in the report... Thanks, Dom
  15. Hey Aaron. We have about 50 Tegile arrays in our system and we are gathering SNMP information off of them. Dumb question - but is SNMP enabled on the Tegile side? Also check your SNMP community string....the Tegile can't have special characters.
  16. Good afternoon all! Does anyone know of a way to send a notification when a SSH session is started to a Cisco switch? Ideally the notification would be limited to a particular user...so when user X connects a notification is sent. Thanks! Jeff
  17. Are you trying to modify an existing PropertySource or create a new one? If an existing one, which one? If you're making a new one, please post your code.
  18. That means on the datapoint, you have configured a valid range. The current value is outside that range so it's not accepted. You probably have set a minimum value of 0, and a negative number is below that minimum.
  19. Hello folks, We had a request from a client where he had the need to monitor some important scheduled task(s). While checking the documentation, we wanted to avoid the procedure on the actual 'Job Monitor' for scheduled tasks (since the clients is kind of harsh when it comes to make changes in their boxes, even if those represent no harm). Since we were only interested in the actual task return code (after its run), we've done a quick DS (powershell). Just sharing it here in case it's useful for anyone. GitHub repo -> Here For now, we're alarming on the actual task r
  20. Hi All, I am trying to add "service snmpd status | grep 'Active'" command output to the device property using PropertySource (Linux Host), but for some reason its not working. Is anyone tried to add? Please help to get snmpd details in device property. Thanks, Jnanesh
  21. Hi All, I am trying to add "service snmpd status | grep 'Active'" command output to the device property using PropertySource (Linux Host), but for some reason its not working. Is anyone tried to add? Please help to get snmpd details in device property. Thanks, Jnanesh
  22. Hello, What does this error mean? I am trying to collect the information using the "_SSL Certificates Datasource" and Thanks, Dom
  23. I have something like this in Exchange. I did not include the friendlyname in the alert message, but it is there as an ILP and could be used easily. I just found fairly often it was not defined. We have an update pending on this module since we found some certs are refreshed very often (e.g., daily) and need to add code to exclude those from discovery (or at least, from alerting). KPNWGW
  24. Hello, I have the discovery: and the Collector Attributes Looking to add the "FriendlyName" of the certificate on the report... Any idea? Thanks, Dom
  25. I see the Friendly Name in the info on the device: auto.cert.friendlyname SCCM SCUP Signing Certificate
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  27. Sure, if it's available. Where you do this bit in your discovery script: $store.Certificates ` | Select-Object {$_.Thumbprint + "##" + $_.Thumbprint + "##" + $_.Subject + $_.CommonName} ` | Format-Table -HideTableHeaders You'd just need to output the friendly name in the "Select-Object" part. If the friendly name isn't available, you'll have to find out where the friendly name might be and script a way to fetch that. The syntax of the output is: ID##DisplayName##Description So, if you want the friendly name as the display name, you'd change it to: $store.Certif
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