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  1. I got this to work with a GET however I get an authorization failed when doing a post, the api user I am using is a full admin
  2. Jason Miller

    Office 365 monitoring

    I am seeing this error when trying to create the application: I tried add an application manually and it was saying I needed Azure AD premium. Could this be a reason this is not working?
  3. Hey Kerry this is cool, can you share how you put together the DataSource for OpenWeatherMap? Thanks
  4. Jason Miller

    ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus MSP Integration

    You are correct, sorry about that will fix the article
  5. I built an integration between LogicMonitor and ServiceDesk Plus, thought I would share it with you Building Integration between LogicMonitor and ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus MSP Integration between LogicMonitor and ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus MSP is not a pre-built integration, the following will instruct you on building this integration. This integration will be a basic integration and will do the following things 1. Create a new ticket when an alert is kicked off 2. When an alert is acknowledged a note will be placed in the ticket 3. Any Escalation or De-escalation of the alert will be noted in the ticket 4. When an alert is cleared it will resolve the ticket Prepping ServiceDesk Plus MSP First you want to create a requestor account in the account that you are placing the ticket in, you will be using this as who is submitting the ticket Next create a new technician account and give them the rights to handle tickets in the site you are placing the alert tickets. At the bottom of the technician creation screen there is a section called API key details, click the Generate link to create an API Key. Remember this key as you will need it later and you cannot see the key again. If you lose it you will need to Generate a new one and replace it where ever you used the old one. Creating the Integration The following will explain on how to set up a base integration and you can customize it to your liking 1. Login into LogicMonitor and on the left hand side click Settings then click on Integrations 2. Click Add at the top then Click on Custom HTTP Delivery 3. Type in a Name and select “Use different URLs or data formats to notify on various alert activity” 4. Next, we are going to setup each alert activity a. First the New Alerts i. Click the Plus Button to add a new Alert Status ii. Under HTTP Method select HTTP Post iii. For URL select either http or https and type (replace exampleurl.com with the url of your service desk) exampleurl.com/sdpapi/request iv. Under Alert Data select the RAW option v. For Format select Url-Encoded Form Data vi. For the actual alert data, you place the data you want to send to service desk, here is a starter: (replace 555 with the Technician key you created) format=XML&TECHNICIAN_KEY=555&INPUT_DATA= <operation> <details> <subject>##LEVEL## - ##HOST## ##INSTANCE##</subject> <description>Message ##MESSAGE##></description> <requester>Logic Monitor</requester> <category>Monitoring</category> <subcategory>Infrastructure</subcategory> <item>LogicMonitor</item> <technician>Administrator</technician> <mode>Automated</mode> <site>RES</site> <account>RES</account> </details> </operation> *You will need to also replace the Field values to what you need to send. Details on these can be found on ManageEngine’s API Page vii. Click Save b. Next we will add the Acknowledged Status, this will add a note to the ticket when the Alert is acknowledged in LogicMonitor i. Click the Plus Button to add a new Alert Status ii. Select Acknowledged iii. Under HTTP Method select HTTP Post iv. For URL select either http or https and type (replace exampleurl.com with the url of your service desk) exampleurl.com/sdpapi/request/##EXTERNALTICKETID##/notes v. Under Alert Data select the RAW option vi. For Format select Url-Encoded Form Data vii. For the actual alert data you place the data you want to send to service desk, here is a starter: (replace 555 with the Technician key you created) format=XML&TECHNICIAN_KEY=555&INPUT_DATA= <operation> <details> <notes> <note> <notestext>Alert Acknowledged</notestext> </note> </notes> </details> </operation> viii. Click Save c. Next will be the Escalated Status, this will place a note in the Ticket on the Escalation of the ticket i. Click the Plus Button to add a new Alert Status ii. Select Escalated iii. Under HTTP Method select HTTP Post iv. For URL select either http or https and type (replace exampleurl.com with the url of your service desk) exampleurl.com/sdpapi/request/##EXTERNALTICKETID##/notes v. Under Alert Data select the RAW option vi. For Format select Url-Encoded Form Data vii. For the actual alert data you place the data you want to send to service desk, here is a starter: (replace 555 with the Technician key you created) format=XML&TECHNICIAN_KEY=555&INPUT_DATA= <operation> <details> <notes> <note> <notestext>Alert Escalated/De-escalated:Host: ##HOST## Datasource: ##DATASOURCE## Datapoint: ##DATAPOINT## Level: ##LEVEL## Start: ##START## Duration: ##DURATION## Value: ##VALUE## Reason: ##DATAPOINT## ##THRESHOLD##</notestext> </note> </notes> </details> </operation> viii. Click Save d. Next we will tell ServiceDesk to resolve the ticket when the Alert is Cleared i. Click the Plus Button to add a new Alert Status ii. Select Cleared iii. Under HTTP Method select HTTP Post iv. For URL select either http or https and type (replace exampleurl.com with the url of your service desk) exampleurl.com/sdpapi/request/##EXTERNALTICKETID## v. Under Alert Data select the RAW option vi. For Format select Url-Encoded Form Data vii. For the actual alert replace the data you want to send to service desk, here is a starter: (replace 555 with the Technician key you created) format=XML&TECHNICIAN_KEY=555&INPUT_DATA= <operation> <details> <resolution>test</resolution> <status>resolved</status> </details> </operation> viii. Click Save 5. Click the Check box for “Include an ID provided in HTTP response when updating alert status” 6. For HTTP Response Format Choose XML 7. For the Xpath use: /operation[@name="ADD_REQUEST"]/details/workorderid/text()
  6. Jason Miller

    Use a Property Source to find dead devices

    Thanks, got this to work. I love it. I added it to the Exchange: 6FXRA4