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Monitoring Microsoft Windows servers

The Monitorpack team regularly provides useful metrics to easily monitor your applications, devices and systems. These are basic measurements, if you want to go further Monitorpack software Guard is able to check all performance counters, services, processes, ports, event IDs, existing printers and shares in your IT environment.

In the Guard console

Open Monitorpack Guard > Create alerts > Select Monitoring Performance >

User authentication

The Monitorpack concept is unique and fetches all existing performance counters directly from the remote server, you will have to choose the option o Current logon if the account of the current session is an administrator of the remote machine, otherwise use the o Alternate credential option. and provide the correct account. PYou can consult the best practices defined in the Monitorpack Guard prerequisites.

Performance counter collection

Click [ Perfmon ] and set the computer on which you want to select the performance counter, remembering not respect the format <\\NameOrServerIP>.
Then select the level of detail of the Performance counters, click on the first performance counter window which will put update the Remote Performance Counter, select the performance counter then the instance, click [Add] and [ Close ], A validation window will appear confirming the successful collection of the performance counter.

Then define the rule as well as the value which will condition the triggering of the alarm, finally click on [ Verify parameters ]

Provided that all fields are correctly configured, you can create the alert by clicking on [ Create ] select the type of alarm (mail, log, SQL, ticket)

ID Performance Instance Rule Value
1 Processor Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time > 85
2 Processor Processor(_Total)\% User Time < 85
3 Memory Memory\Available Mbytes < 10% RAM
4 Network Interface Network Interface(*)\Packets Outbound Errors > 0
5 Logical Disk \LogicalDisk(*)\Avg. Disk sec/Write > 25
6 Logical Disk \LogicalDisk(*)\Avg. Disk sec/Read > 25