How to notify administrator about any configuration changes?

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How to notify administrator about any configuration changes?

Postby bambus on Tue May 22, 2007 1:14 am

Help please, how to setup program for notify me about any changes in computers configurations?
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Re: How to notify administrator about any conviguration chan

Postby pille on Tue May 22, 2007 10:06 am

bambus wrote:Help please, how to setup program for notify me about any changes in computers configurations?


When you say configuration, what do you mean exactly? My guess is that you mean maybe RAM? or something similar? If so, you would use business logic to do this.

Create a rule under the computer object using the following setup:

Event: On Modified
Criteria: RAM has been changed
Action: Email Notification

This will send an email notification to the person of your choice when the computer record is modified. You can also have it send emails when HDD Free goes below a certain level.

If I missed the mark on what you were asking, let me know.
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Postby bambus on Wed May 23, 2007 12:58 am

Thanks! You right about it. I will try your suggestion.
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Postby bambus on Tue May 29, 2007 12:53 am

This will send an email notification to the person of your choice when the computer record is modified. You can also have it send emails when HDD Free goes below a certain level.


And how to make the notification about all changes at once? For example, i want to get an emeil notifications with full information about maked changes?
sample:
"RAM was changed from 1024mb to 512mb on computer34
Program Acdsee was deleted on computer5
Computer34 name was changed to computer35
Windows license key was changed from jrhierht4543h4jk54h to jr84hgj4r78ru43ry73 on computer 76
"

In other words, how trace all changes without checking for each position separately?
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Postby bambus on Tue May 29, 2007 12:55 am

Tracking of changes is nice realized in the program Friendly pinger 5.0 Inventory
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Postby pille on Tue May 29, 2007 12:24 pm

bambus wrote:Tracking of changes is nice realized in the program Friendly pinger 5.0 Inventory


I took a look at that application, but it seems that's more of a What's Up Gold type of application where it monitors uptime and notifies if a computer is up/down, etc. Maybe I missed it's abiliy to notify based on the changes you mentioned. I looked at it only for a few minutes.

As for the different items you'd want to be notified on, you wouldn't be able to have it notify you with a report what changed. You would only be able to have it notify you based on each change.

At the same time you could always have a very generic email that goes to you advising you that either RAM, Hard Drive, Software, etc was changed and you can then run the report to find that information if you wanted to.
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Postby bambus on Tue May 29, 2007 8:57 pm

I think it is important function of similar programs. It would be good if it has been improved.
In current version of program, history of changes maked is very bad. It is dificult to work with it, and it has many empty fileds.
Is it will be improved?
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Postby bambus on Tue May 29, 2007 9:00 pm

pille wrote:I took a look at that application, but it seems that's more of a What's Up Gold type of application where it monitors uptime and notifies if a computer is up/down, etc. Maybe I missed it's abiliy to notify based on the changes you mentioned. I looked at it only for a few minutes.


In this program there is a inventory module in which the notification is realized.
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Postby pille on Wed May 30, 2007 2:18 pm

Just wanted to note here the link between this post and your other post under feature requests - http://www.alloy-software.com/phpBB2/vi ... php?t=4164

I've entered a feature request into our system based on your comments. We'll use that feature request to evaluate the addition.
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