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  1. Looks like the following DataSources must be set to "false" for the service account to stop polling the SQL instances: Microsoft_SQLServer_AgentJobs Microsoft_SQLServer_AlwaysOnAvailabilityGroups Microsoft_SQLServer_AlwaysOnAvailabilityReplicas Microsoft_SQLServer_AlwaysOnDatabaseReplicaCluster Microsoft_SQLServer_AlwaysOnDatabaseReplicas Microsoft_SQLServer_Databases Microsoft_SQLServer_GlobalPerformance Microsoft_SQLServer_SystemJobs Microsoft_SQLServer_Troubleshooter Microsoft_SQLServer_FailoverClusterNodeStatus
  2. What is the best way to stop LogicMonitor from monitoring SQL instances? We've restricted the Service Accounts access to our DBs but now we are getting SQL/Windows Authentication bad logon attempts in our DB logs. Our goal now is to simply monitor the OS where our DBs run and use other tools our team is more familiar with for DB monitoring. Any advice is much appreciated!