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Adding a New Monitor to a Monitoring Policy

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You can customize a monitoring policy by adding a new monitor to it.

  1. In Service Center, click Configuration > Policies > Monitoring.
  2. Click the name of the monitoring policy.
  3. Click the Monitors tab.
  4. Click Add Monitor.
  5. Select the type of monitor you want to add to the monitoring policy from the list.
    AMT Events Use to add your own AMT Event monitors. See Adding a Monitor for AMT (Active Management Technology) Events.
    Device Availability Use to establish device availability with ICMP ECHO requests. See Setting Options for Device Availability Monitors.
    Device Warranty Use to add a monitor that notifies you when a warranty is about to expire. See Adding a Monitor for Device Warranty.
    Network Services Use to monitor the availability and response times of network services. See Adding a Monitor for Network Services.
    Patch Status Use to capture the status of Microsoft updates. See Adding a Monitor for Microsoft Patch Health.
    Performance Counters Use to measure performance counter values. See Adding a Monitor for Performance Counters.
    Print Services Use to monitor and alert on print service issues, such as a paper jam or when toner is low. See Adding a Monitor for Print Services.
    SCE Use to gather System Center Essentials (SCE) alerts. See Adding a Monitor for Microsoft System Center Essentials (SCE).
    SNMP Use to receive SNMP messages. See Adding a Monitor for SNMP Object Identifiers (OIDs).
    SNMP from MIB Use to receive SNMP messages from MIB. See Adding a Monitor for SNMP OIDs from MIB.
    SNMP Traps Use to receive SNMP trap messages. See Adding a Monitor for SNMP Traps.
    Syslog Messages Use to receive syslog messages. See Adding a Monitor for Syslog Messages.
    Windows Events Use to parse the contents of Windows events logs. See Adding a Monitor for Windows Events.
    Windows Services Use to control the state of Windows services. See Adding a Monitor for Windows Services.
  6. Click Add Monitor.
  7. Type a title for the monitor.
  8. Optionally, type a description for the monitor.
  9. Apply rules to the monitor. See Setting Alert Actions .
  10. Click Save.
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