video 3 Under 39Tools Embedded Scripts39 click 39New39 and then label this 39expiringcerts.ps139 and in the 39Script Content39 box add: powershell sl cert: MaxDays = 30 GetChildItem Recurse where .notafter le getdate.AddDaysMaxDays AND .notafter gt getdate.adddays365 select NotAftersubject Is...

KB-ID 395
Category: Monitoring

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

In order to launch PowerShell scripts from EventSentry you will need to verify/change the execution policy and supply the inputformat none parameter to powershell.exe. For example: powershell inputformat none c:\scripts\eventsentry\dothis.ps1 When logging to the console from your PowerShell script make sure that you use the WriteOutp...

KB-ID 397
Category: Scripts
Applies to: 3.5 and later

A small number of EventSentry tasks can be automated with the EventSentry PowerShell module that can be downloaded below. The module is under development and new versions with additional functionality will be posted here. Suggestions for new functionality are welcome. Prerequisites Requires EventSentry build v4.2.3.56 or later All lis...

KB-ID 450
Category: Configuration
Applies to: and later

Utilizing a PowerShell script that outputs files not accessed or modified in a certain number days EventSentry can then import the structured output from a temporary text files and facilitate ondemand searching as well as reports and jobs. 1. Create an embedded script 2. Schedule the script to run periodically with the Application Schedule...

KB-ID 454
Category: File Monitoring
Applies to: 3.5 and later