Mike Suding

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  1. In 2017 we added PropertySources to help address this need. Basically it's a script that retrieves info and writes it to a property starting with auto.* (e.g. auto.serial_number or auto.firmware_version ). There are a few dozen that come with LogicMonitor to do this but you can build your own. Our help doc: https://www.logicmonitor.com/support/logicmodules/propertysources/creating-propertysources/
  2. Hi Mark, I created a solution that might help. It's posted here:
  3. Hi Josh, I've created a DataSource that might help. I posted info here:
  4. Allows you to set up to 10 SNMPv2 or v3 credentials and it will automatically detect which one works and set the properties on that device. Similar to Antony's but also works on SNMPv3 with it's 5 properties. Locator code: CA7ETF (pending approval as of Aug. 29, 2019) Full details at http://blog.MikeSuding.com
  5. The way I usually start troubleshooting is to try a direct query from the debug prompt like this example below: (other examples documented here) !jdbc url="jdbc:mysql://server2:3306;databaseName=whatever?user=mike&password=secret" select * from inventory where server2 is my server, database name is 'whatever', username is mike and password is secret and then my SQL query. This way I can see the errors directly and see if it's authentication or other things like permissions.
  6. We have these beta DataSources for IT Watchdog. For internal sensors: AKYEFN for WatchDog15: D4N6DK
  7. @joedalton, What exactly do you want to monitor with regards to security? I did create a prototype for the 'risky sign-ins' and 'identity' stuff (I forgot Microsoft terminology) but I was not able to simulate/create events so I couldn't test it. If you have events that you want to detect/monitor, and are willing to let me test on your account, please let me know.
  8. Sorry @joedalton, it's easier for me to troubleshoot in a meeting. I sent you a direct message with instructions to schedule time.
  9. As I understand it, it's on our roadmap but not sure exactly when.
  10. I created a DataSource that can trigger a script (actually a block within the script) if an alert is triggered. It uses PowerShell so you needs a Windows collector. See more info on my blog post
  11. Sorry, I don't know the solution by looking at this. I sent you a direct message a minute ago to schedule time with you. thanks
  12. I've created two more DataSources. One that restarts a Linux service and one for Windows that runs specified commands when it detects an alert. Monitor a Linux Service and restart if needed: http://blog.mikesuding.com/2018/12/27/service-restart-for-linux/ Generic run some PowerShell (Windows) commands or a script if alert happens: http://blog.mikesuding.com/2018/12/03/automatic-action-triggered-by-an-alert/
  13. I've created two more DataSources. One that restarts a Linux service and one for Windows that runs specified commands when it detects an alert. Monitor a Linux Service and restart if needed: http://blog.mikesuding.com/2018/12/27/service-restart-for-linux/ Generic run some PowerShell (Windows) commands or a script if alert happens: http://blog.mikesuding.com/2018/12/03/automatic-action-triggered-by-an-alert/
  14. My Office365 monitoring including a demo video is on my blog at http://blog.mikesuding.com/2018/07/19/office365/
  15. I created a DataSource to restart a Windows service if it's not running. As you would expect, it's PowerShell Locator code YCKTFL. Details and demo at http://blog.mikesuding.com/2016/09/20/restart-a-service-alert-if-restart-fails/