Clinansmith

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  1. My LM rep was able to run this by the internal support people and got me the following answer. I hope this helps somebody else in the future till they fix this.
  2. This weekend I had a problem with one of my Palo Alto Firewalls. Luckily I wasn't concerned because I had LM backing up my config all the time. Unfortunately although the data is there, I could not get it into a format that I could load back into the firewall. Has anybody successfully done this? Any hints? Thanks What I've tried: 1. Download the file in *.conf format. Imports in but won't load. 2. Download *.conf and then change the extension to .xml. Imports but won't load. XML file is viewable in a browser fine. 3. The exports from a PA firewall have no fi
  3. This would be an INCREDIBLY USEFUL feature in my environment right now. Mike's script looks great, but I can't seem to make it work. I downloaded it, installed it, and added the monitored service, but it only ever shows a "4" and I get the errors below. I thought it might be a permissions error or something so I jumped onto the collector using the same credentials and ran the commands in Powershell. This worked fine. Any ideas what might be wrong here? Get-Service : Cannot find any service with service name 'hidserv'. At C:\Program Files (x86)\LogicMonitor\Agent\tmp\s
  4. I'm doing a POC with LM and this was one of the things that I was concerned about. I'm still learning the system and I appreciate any help I can get with this. I have a 25Mbps fiber connection in a Gig port so interface utiliaztion % was nearly useless. On that port, I added a custom property called "ActualSpeed" with a value of 25. Then I went in and added the datasource for snmp64_If from the LM repository. I let it ride over night but my utilization for that port still seems to be based on 1000Mbps, so am I missing another step? Thanks!