Windows Scheduled Task(s) monitoring


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Hello folks,

We had a request from a client where he had the need to monitor some important scheduled task(s).
While checking the documentation, we wanted to avoid the procedure on the actual 'Job Monitor' for scheduled tasks (since the clients is kind of harsh when it comes to make changes in their boxes, even if those represent no harm).

Since we were only interested in the actual task return code (after its run), we've done a quick DS (powershell).
Just sharing it here in case it's useful for anyone.

GitHub repo -> Here

For now, we're alarming on the actual task return code != 0. Since MS advises that anything differing from that represents some sort of issue. However, if you've any ideas/improvements just let me know :)

Thank you!

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Updated the actual code since the task ExitCode was being output as Decimal & it's easier to present it as HEX on the actual alarm message.
To accomplish that, I've added a function that makes use of LM API & maps a custom property at the instance level (this way we can then reference it in the actual alarm message -> converted to HEX).

Hope it's useful for anyone

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I have updated the actual DS.. Realized that it wasn't getting data from the actual endpoint in context.
I was running PS commands locally (so it was always retrieving data from the Collector :( ).

I've re-wrote it in order to use 'Invoke-Command' & this way it seems to be getting data for each device in context.

Updated the GitHub repo

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