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There are a few prerequisites to setup in order to get notified when an Exchange mailbox is created or removed. The instructions below are for Exchange Server 2010 but are very similar for Exchange Server 2007. 1. On the Exchange server diagnostic logging needs to be setup. Diagnostic logging is configured by navigating to Microsoft Exchan...

KB-ID 214
Category: Monitoring
Applies to: All Versions

Windows NT 4.0 is supported until version 2.90 and starting with EventSentry v2.91 Windows NT 4.0 is no longer a supported platform. If you need to monitor a computer running Windows NT 4.0 then you will need to install the latest v2.90 agent on that computer. You can obtain older releases of EventSentry from the customer area. Please read...

KB-ID 276
Category: Monitoring
Applies to:

Yes the EventSentry web reports support multitenancy through access control and profiles. Access Control By enabling access control through the Accounts page in the Settings menu access to specific pages or hosts can be restricted based on user name or group membership. For example user John can be authorized to only view perfor...

KB-ID 266
Category: Monitoring
Applies to: All Versions

EventSentry requires that SNMP is enabled on the VMWare ESXi hosts in order to pull the virtual machine inventory. IMPORTANT: You must enable SNMP on the actual ESXi hosts it does not help inventory the devices if SNMP is only enabled on the VCSA server that is used to manage the ESXi hosts. Method A: If you are connected directly to the ES...

KB-ID 269
Category: Monitoring
Applies to: 3.1 and newer

You can utilize a short PowerShell script to get a list of all certificates that expire within a certain number of days. This script can then be executed on a regular basis usually daily and trigger an email alert if one or more expired certificates are found. The script is shown below: powershell sl cert: MaxDays = 30 GetChild...

KB-ID 339
Category: Monitoring
Applies to: 3.1 and higher