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Due to a bug in powershell.exe see additional links any PowerShell script launched by EventSentry39s application scheduler or process action will never terminate. As a result you can neither retrieve the exit status nor the output from the script. In order to launch PowerShell scripts from EventSentry you will need to wrap the powershell s...

KB-ID 198
Category: Application Scheduler
Applies to: All Versions

Yes NETIKUS.NET provides a free tool called CheckURL that may be scheduled with the builtin Application Scheduler to confirm the website is displaying the intended content and/or notify you when a particular website has changed. This tool is included as part of the EventSentry SysAdmin Tools. CheckURL can: verify that a web page exist...

KB-ID 319
Category: Application Scheduler
Applies to: All Versions

Yes Navigate to Tools Embedded scripts within the EventSentry management console. The Manage Embedded Scripts window then open and from there you can click New to create a new .ps1 script. In this example I39ll name my script getlogs.ps1 and the script will be: GetChilditem C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\EventSentry\logs\.log img 186...

KB-ID 324
Category: Application Scheduler
Applies to: EventSentry 3.0 or newer

In the management console under 39Tools Embedded Scripts39 click 39New39 and give the script a descriptive name e.g. 39scriptname.ps139 and in the 39Script Content39 box add your script In the 39Interpreter field39 select 39powershell.exe inputformat none file39 from the dropdown and click 39OK39 Under 39System Health Packages39 create ...

KB-ID 396
Category: Application Scheduler
Applies to: 3.5 and later

The easiest way to accomplish this is by using the EventSentry application scheduler ampamp the Windows Shutdown.exehttps://docs.microsoft.com/enus/windowsserver/administration/windowscommands/shutdown application. Application Schedulerhttps://www.eventsentry.com/documentation/help/html/monitoringappscheduler.htm is a feature tha...

KB-ID 406
Category: Application Scheduler