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Adding Your Own Monitors

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About Adding Your Own Monitors

You may find that the monitors in a monitoring policy cover most of the monitoring needs you have. However, there may be cases where you want to apply a specific monitor to a group or device separately from a monitoring policy.

For example, the monitoring policies for SQL monitor default instances because the instance name is required to collect performance counters and monitor the Windows services. Generally default instances are used, but you have a single customer with an important database on a named instance. Creating the monitors directly on the device allow the monitoring to occur as needed, without creating a monitoring policy for use with a single device.

Some monitor types (Bandwidth, Custom Log, and Cloud Service monitors) cannot be created within monitoring policies and cannot be applied automatically using service plans. You must discretely add these monitor types to the device or cloud service under management.

What You Can Do

You can add monitors to individual devices

  • using the Configuration > Monitors & Alert Rules option
  • using the Monitors tab on the Alerts page for an individual device
See Also

Adding a Monitor for AMT (Active Management Technology) Events

Adding a Monitor for Avast Antivirus

Adding a Monitor for Bandwidth

Adding a Monitor for Custom Log Files

Setting Options for Device Availability Monitors

Adding a Monitor for Device Warranty

Adding a Monitor for Network Services

Adding a Monitor for Microsoft Patch Health

Adding a Monitor for Performance Counters

Adding a Monitor for Print Services

Adding a Monitor for Microsoft System Center Essentials (SCE)

Adding a Monitor for SNMP Object Identifiers (OIDs)

Adding a Monitor for SNMP OIDs from MIB

Adding a Monitor for SNMP Traps

Adding a Monitor for Syslog Messages

Adding a Monitor for SNMP Traps

Adding a Monitor for Syslog Messages

Adding a Monitor for Windows Events

Adding a Monitor for Windows Services

Adding a Monitor for Basic Websites or Cloud Services

Using iReasoning to Add SNMP OID Information to Service Center

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