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MonitorPack Guard scripting

Windows Monitoring & Computer inventoryHow to schedule a script




Run MonitorPack Guard > Expand Monitoring menu in the left side menu > select Schedule Action > check or uncheck Schedule, map your script, select your scheduled time, days and months.

Windows Monitoring & P inventoryHow to start vbs script from a batch file




MonitorPack Guard runs batch scripts, but you can need to use vbscript files (.vbs), to do this, you create first a batch file (.bat) and you call you vbs script from the batch file as follow.

:: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
:: (C) Copyright 2003-2015 TECK SYSTEM SOFT. All rights reserved
:: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
:: MonitorPack script model
:: Call vbs script from batch file (.bat)
cd\
cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\MonitorPack Guard\Script\"
Call My_File.vbs
Exit

Windows Monitoring & P inventoryHow to shutdown my PC from a batch file




MonitorPack Guard runs batch scripts, if you need to schedule a shutdown every day at a specific time, to do this, you create a batch file (.bat) as follow.

:: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
:: (C) Copyright 2003-2010 TECK SYSTEM SOFT. All rights reserved
:: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
:: MonitorPack script model
c:\windows\system32\shutdown -s -f -t 60
exit

Run MonitorPack Guard > Expand Monitoring menu in the left side menu > select Schedule Action > Check or uncheck Schedule, Map your Script, select your Scheduled time, days, Months. All applications will be closed before shutdown and This script works even if no Windows session is opened.

  • Use verify button to check if all is correct and validate.


  • Windows Monitoring & Computer inventoryHow to monitor my Disks space




    Run MonitorPack Guard > Expand Monitoring menu in the left side menu > select Manage Alerts > select Monitoring Performance and click create a new alert > Choose a Domain in the Domain ComboBox and click on select button > in the select a Computer panel that appears select a computer and select logicalDisk free Space define Rule "<" and give value 20.

  • Use verifyParameters button to check if all is correct.
  • select your alarm mode
  • Choose your Schedule
  • Choose your Condition
  • Windows Monitoring & Computer inventoryHow to monitor my Antivirus




    Run MonitorPack Guard > Expand Monitoring menu in the left side menu > select Manage Alerts > select Monitoring Processes and click create a new alert > choose a domain in the Domain combobox and a process in Process combobox > click create button, for example if you have Avast select "AvastSvc" process this is available for any existing Antivirus and any application on your PC.

  • Use create button.
  • select your alarm mode
  • Windows Monitoring & Computer inventoryHow to monitor my Battery




    Run MonitorPack Guard > Expand Monitoring menu in the left side menu > select Manage Alerts > select Monitoring Performance and click create a new alert > Choose a Domain in the Domain ComboBox and click on select button > in the select a Computer panel that appears select a computer and select BatteryStatus (available only when power is unplugged) > select RemainingCapapcity Instance define Rule "<" and give a value.

  • Use verifyParameters button to check if all is correct.
  • select your alarm mode
  • Windows Monitoring & Computer inventoryHow to monitor my local Web Server




    Run MonitorPack Guard > Expand Monitoring menu in the left side menu > select Manage Alerts > select Monitoring Port and click create a new alert > Choose a domain in the Domain ComboBox and a give a port Number in Port Number (in this case 80) TextBox > Check with Try button > click create alert button For eample if you have Avast select "AvastSvc" process this is available for any existing Antivirus and any application on your PC.

  • Use create button.
  • select your alarm mode
  • Windows Monitoring & Computer inventoryHow to reactivate the firewall




    create a file start_firewall.bat in script folder "MonitorPack Guard\Script"
    Copy / paste the script below in the start_firewall.bat

    Note of course this is available for any existing software on your PC!, with net stop / start you need to use service Name that is displayed in the "Service_Name" column in MonitorPack Service manager.
    :: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    :: (C) Copyright 2003-2015 TECK SYSTEM SOFT. All rights reserved
    :: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    :: MonitorPack script model
    :: Start a service
    net stop "MpsSvc"
    net start "MpsSvc"
    Exit

    Run MonitorPack Guard > Expand Monitoring menu in the left side menu > select Manage Alerts > select Monitoring a Windows service and click create a new alert > Choose a domain in the Domain ComboBox and select "MpsSvc" Windows service in combobox Service .

  • Click create alert button.
  • Select create SCRIPT alert
  • Click Script... button and map file start_firewall.bat in script folder "MonitorPack Monitor\Script"
  • Select When... Stopped
  • Fill other optional informations
  • Click Verify button and validate alarm