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  1. WillFulmer

    VMware ESXi Datasource

    Does anyone have a good datasource they are using for monitoring key services on a VMware vSphere ESXi host - e.g. hostd, vpxa, vpxd, mgmt-vmware, etc? Thanks Will
  2. I recently published CGYKT4. In this DataSource, a groovy script checks for the presence of the custom.MonitoredServices property. If the value is "SYN_Windows_Basic_Services" then the script replaces that with a hard-coded set of standard services. If custom.MonitoredServices contains any comma-spearated list of services, then the script just uses those. Finally, if custom.MonitoredServices contains "SYN_Windows_Basic_Services" and a comma-separated list of services, then the standard list of services is added to the values from the property. Once the list of services is determined, the script checks if those services exist on the target device. If so, an instance is created and the script generates an alert if the service is not running.
  3. We would like to ability to easily authenticate into SaaS products where you have to enter a username and password and click the "Login" button or hit Enter. These days, it seems ADFS and SAML are becoming more popular and the vendors are just redirecting a login page straight to our own SSO site. So the website checks never trigger alerts because you can get to the SSO login page, but after that the application is broken which is really what we want to monitor. Is that something in the pipeline for website checks in LogicMonitor? If not, it would be great to see that. Maybe some way to identify the username, password fields on the page with the credentials stored in properties and the ability to define whether to click a Login button or submit an "Enter" key press.
  4. joshlowit1

    Windows Services Check

    I have found where I can monitor services for a device and have set up a test to monitor services on the windows device. Is there a way to set this as a datasource? That way I can do the AppliesTo scripting and have specific devices being monitored for specific services they are running? I have about 80 devices and configuring Service Alerts for each of them would take a bit of time, I'm trying to be more efficient.
  5. Working with the /service/services api, the auth['password'] object should be masked when the website check is returned, especially for users that only have READ permissions to the website check/service.
  6. David Bond

    IPv6 Support for Services

    Services should support IPv6. Currently, they do not.
  7. Support confirmed that currently JSONPath filter expressions are not supported in Web Services checks. So this is going to be JSONPath expressions that contain: ?() This functionality is supported by Device Datasources, so I can't imagine this is too difficult to implement for Services.
  8. WARNING - This propertysource pulls a list of all Windows services installed. This does not filter the services to only show running or auto-starting services. Useful for auditing, auto-grouping, and inventory. Example below Displays the a list of all installed Windows Services. auto.winservices [AeLookupSvc, ALG, AppIDSvc, Appinfo, AppMgmt, aspnet_state, AudioEndpointBuilder, AudioSrv, BESClient, BESClientHelper, BFE, BITS, Browser, CertPropSvc, clr_optimization_v2.0.50727_32, clr_optimization_v2.0.50727_64, clr_optimization_v4.0.30319_32, clr_optimization_v4.0.30319_64, COMSysApp, CryptSvc, DcomLaunch, defragsvc, Dhcp, DiagTrack, Dnscache, dot3svc, DPS, EapHost, EFS, eventlog, EventSystem, FCRegSvc, fdPHost, FDResPub, FontCache, FontCache3.0.0.0, gpsvc, hidserv, hkmsvc, idsvc, IEEtwCollectorService, IKEEXT, IPBusEnum, iphlpsvc, KeyIso, KtmRm, LanmanServer, LanmanWorkstation, lltdsvc, lmhosts, MMCSS, MpsSvc, MSDTC, MSiSCSI, msiserver, MSSQL$SVSSDB, MSSQLFDLauncher$SVSSDB, MSSQLServerADHelper100, napagent, Netlogon, Netman, NetMsmqActivator, NetPipeActivator, netprofm, NetTcpActivator, NetTcpPortSharing, NlaSvc, nsi, PerfHost, pla, PlugPlay, PolicyAgent, Power, ProfSvc, ProtectedStorage, RasAuto, RasMan, RemoteAccess, RemoteRegistry, RpcEptMapper, RpcLocator, RpcSs, RSoPProv, sacsvr, SamSs, SCardSvr, Schedule, SCPolicySvc, seclogon, SENS, SessionEnv, SharedAccess, ShellHWDetection, SNMPTRAP, Spooler, sppsvc, sppuinotify, SQLAgent$SVSSDB, SQLBrowser, SQLWriter, SSDPSRV, SstpSvc, swprv, TapiSrv, TermService, THREADORDER, TrkWks, TrustedInstaller, UI0Detect, UmRdpService, upnphost, UxSms, VaultSvc, vds, VGAuthService, VMTools, vmvss, VMware Physical Disk Helper Service, VSS, W32Time, WcsPlugInService, WdiServiceHost, WdiSystemHost, Wecsvc, wercplsupport, WerSvc, WinHttpAutoProxySvc, Winmgmt, WinRM, wmiApSrv, WPDBusEnum, WRSVC, wuauserv, wudfsvc] Z4LHDZ
  9. Looking to add 200+ Websites to be monitored via the Services. Has anyone created a script to read the required variables from a csv file? Thanks in advance for any assistance!
  10. Please add drag and drop function to the Services tree control so that groups and elements can be managed using drag and drop as is the case with the device groups tree control.
  11. Todd Theoret

    REST API - Services "Properties"

    Trying to get "serviceProperties" to populate when pulled via the REST API. I add a Properties entry on a Web Service Check: Name - [account_name], Value - [TheoretDevelopment] but the results always come back empty. Tried various options. Does the REST API actually support this field? Any assistance would be much appreciated. Thank you! serviceProperties The properties associated with the Service JSON Object "serviceProperties" : [ {"name" : "billing","value" : "website"}, {"name" : "team","value" : "TechOps"}, {"name" : "production","value" : "true"} ] { "type": "webservice", "id": 177, "name": "careers.zzz.org", "description": "If this site goes down, follow standard critical alert procedures per the client policy", "serviceFolderId": 247, "stopMonitoring": false, "stopMonitoringByFolder": false, "disableAlerting": false, "individualSmAlertEnable": false, "individualAlertLevel": "warn", "overallAlertLevel": "critical", "alertStatus": "none", "alertStatusPriority": 100000, "sdtStatus": "none-none-none", "alertDisableStatus": "none-none-none", "pollingInterval": 1, "transition": 9, "testLocation": "{\"all\":false,\"smgIds\":[1,2]}", "globalSmAlertCond": 0, "useDefaultLocationSetting": false, "useDefaultAlertSetting": false, "userPermission": "write", "checkpoints": " ", "serviceProperties": "", "serviceStatus": "alive", "isInternal": false, "collectors": "", "script": "", "method": "tabledriven", "ignoreSSL": true, "pageLoadAlertTimeInMS": 30000, "steps": "" },
  12. During the initial and periodic device auto-discovery tasks, there should be far more information stored about each device. This information should be easily accessible from the device information page and populated with data such as "Installed Programs", "Installed Features", "Running Services", "Domain Role", etc. This information could then be used to auto-group devices. For example, I should be able to create an auto-discover rule that automatically grabs all Domain Controllers based on the system.installedservices and system.installedfeatures categories. There is no reason I should have to manually move this server that is clearly a Domain Controller into my group labeled "Domain Controllers". This approach would allow administrators to "set it and forget it" instead of having to be hands-on every time a new device is added or discovered. This data can be easily populated from standard WMI classes: system.installedservices = win32_services.displayname system.serverfeatures = win32_serverfeature.Name Please help me organize my devices automatically. We have too many machines in too many environments to manually sort them all into groups.
  13. David Bond

    Services on the Map Widget

    It would be good to be able to combine device and service alert status on the same Google Map Widget. Use case: Offices are distributed around Europe, and a large number of retail stores (100+) are also being monitored using ICMP Services. By having both on the same map, it is possible to visualise the entire European operations.
  14. We recently ran into an issue where we are unable to monitor one of our web apps due to the lack of support for TLS 1.1 and 1.2 with strong ciphers. My company would like to see support extended to include the following ciphers: ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384 (Only supported in TLS v1.2) ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384 (Only supported in TLS v1.2) ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA384 ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA384 ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA AES256-GCM-SHA384 (Only supported in TLS v1.2) AES256-SHA256 AES256-SHA
  15. Our reporting team is being raked over the coals (and dragging me along with them) because they are unable to reliably and easily pull Services availability when Services are ticking downtime when they are in SDT. A similar option to Calculate no data as Available where the "Website Service Overview"report can "Calculate SDT as Available" would be VERY appreciated.
  16. Hi, I was wondering if a feature could be created that would allow me to monitor Response Time/Latency of multiple ping services that I have set up. At this moment in time, I can monitor one customer per widget; I would like to monitor more customers on the same widget showing the same datapoints. For example, in the uploaded image, this is showing the response time of an IP address from all of the checkpoints (Washington, Dublin etc). I would like to monitor the response time of all the customers I have, rather than checking multiple widgets. At the moment, there is a widget called "Service Status" which lets you monitor the overall status of services. I would like the same thing to be done but only for the ping service; so that on one widget I can see the latency of each customers IP address from Dublin. (excluding the others - added ability of choosing which checkpoint to use) Hope this makes sense; if not, I am an email away.
  17. I would love it if we could reference ##SERVICESRESPONSE## on an overall alert. We don't deliver alerts for singular test location failures, since our mandate to only notify on systemic issues across all test locations. So the question will probably, which response to include in the event there are differing responses? Why not include all of them! Or only include the first one in the test location array for that service. Or pick a random one. Or arbitrarily decide certain failure reasons have a "higher" priority than others and choose the "highest" one.
  18. I am trying to monitor our website and validate a test account can log in successfully. The site uses Form Based authentication (not Basic or NTLM). So I need to somehow POST the login credentials to another webservice and have the info sent back. Problem is the authentication web service page is on a different URL domain. Step 1: Navigate to http//:www.abc.com and validate splash page Step 2: "Get /login.aspx" (takes me to http://www.abc.com/login.aspx) Step 3: POST User/Pass & *probably* cookie session info from Step 2 to https://idt.abc.com/authenticate Step 4: Get the "login successfully" response from idt.abc.com and validate page Seems once i create a Web Service can only define 1 domain (i.e. www.abc.com), so I have not way to make the secondary call to the webservice to authenticate that login..at the different domain idt.abc.com Any way to do this with LogiMonitor Services? Thanks