mkerfoot

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  1. It would be pretty cool if we had the option to show dashboard one for 30 seconds and then show dashboard two for 15 seconds and then dashboard three for 15 seconds.
  2. I have a client that would really like to have one different color alerts. Depending on the display that is being used it can be very hard to dictate if it is an error or a critical level alert by the color. The orange alert just looks to similar to critical and end-users that do not use the platform every day cannot tell the difference. Either allowing the colors to be customer set per portal or a change set for all portals would be nice.
  3. @Mosh @David Lee Has this been datasource been published by chance?
  4. @Andrey Kitsen Any chance you could expedite the security review process on this one?
  5. I believe that we have found a bug, right now if more than one service monitor is set under the SLA Monitor Widget the results seems to be the average. example; graph 1 = 100 % uptime graph 2 = 50% uptime Combined SLA widget(graph 1 and 2) = LogicMonitor is returning 75% where I would expect to it return the lowest uptime percentage which would be 50%.
  6. Looks like I might be late to the party... but I also built a speed test that uses Akamai to see how long it takes to download the 10Mb file. WALDXL - Download Speed This datasource will run a PowerShell script that downloads a 10MB file and then figures out the speed in Mbps that it was downloaded. CAUTION: This datasource will download a 10Mb file for every Windows machine specified in the applies to field(default is not applied),every poll(deafult is 20 minutes), depending on your environment this could raise the price for your monthly ISP bill. Specifically, if your ISP speeds ramp up when needed. I would recommend applying this to: hasCategory("speed") and isWindows() Then, of course, you just need to add the system.property of speed to any Windows machine you want to monitor Download Speed on.
  7. WALDXL - Download Speed This datasource will run a PowerShell script that downloads a 10MB file and then figures out the speed in Mbps that it was downloaded. CAUTION: This datasource will download a 10Mb file for every Windows machine specified in the applies to field(default is not applied),every poll(deafult is 20 minutes), depending on your environment this could raise the price for your monthly ISP bill. Specifically if your ISP speeds ramp up when needed. I would recommend applying this to: hasCategory("speed") and isWindows() The of course you just need to add the system.property of speed to any Windows machine you want to monitor Download Speed on.
  8. 7EMGDK I have modified the script so that it monitors all DHCP pools on Windows Server 2012 R2. It should work on any Windows machine with PowerShell v5+ though. PoolUsagePercentage threshold = >=90,95,98
  9. Brandon, I have modified the code slightly to get rid of the annoying open and close brackets(my OCD kicked in hard). groovy script: hostname=hostProps.get("system.hostname") my_query="Select NAME from Win32_serverfeature" def session = WMI.open(hostname); import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.win32.WMI def result = session.queryAll("CIMv2", my_query, 15); def strResult = result.NAME.toString(); def finalOutput = strResult.replace("["," ").replace("]"," "); println "WindowsFeatures=" + finalOutput P.S. - this script is awesome!
  10. Looks like it is working for me now, could you give it another try when time allows? I would expect it to be available in the next few days. PM me and I can send you the XML if you would prefer.
  11. P2HEZR - Public IP property source Kind regards, Matthew Kerfoot
  12. RDP Sessions - ACTXKD Kind regards, Matthew Kerfoot