As it stands, when a USB drive is plugged into a computer and left in during an Asset Scan, the agent picks it up as a new drive and the default Service Template adds the drive for SMART monitoring. When the drive is removed, the service falls to Misconfigured and remains in that state. Removing the service will see it re-added when the Service Template is re-applied. This will remain the case until Support can remove ...more »
Currently Predefined Monitoring Templates only offer Checks for Fixed Drive letters. Can we make these flexible? E.g. we do not bind the "drive integrity Check" to Driveletter C:/ But to a Variable - This way we could monitor any number of Drives, and the DriveLetters do get assigned automatically - if we then add checks - fifteen times - we could monitor 15 Drives, if only 4 are built in - only 4 will be monitored. ...more »
Currently the Monthly Report for Linux Machines has no graphical Display of the Drivespace Checks - which are already active.
Could you Implement these into the Reports as they are for windows Machines?
Currently when using the Virtual Drive Tool the default letter is set to B: or it looks in the Bios which is the first available letter that can be used for this feature. It would be nice if it is possible to decide during the setup of this tool which letter my Virtual Drive should be mapped.
An integrated hard drive space Analyzer will be an useful tool to determine why a hard drive is getting full. That will give us a good idea what's using drive space. This could be used with a task or part of the Disk Space Check. I'm talking about something like SpaceSniffer.
Actually, it's just possbile to see the drive letter. I wish I could see also the name. For example, C: System, D: Data, F: RDX. So I immediately know what kind of volume it is. Some customers have 5, 6 or more drives in their servers. I think, it would be very useful.
It would be nice if the ControlNow service incorporated allow/deny control for USB devices like flash drives. I believe that endpoint security has this capability. This feature should be added to ControlNow.
A Linux server with an external drive was failing to mount the drive. Because of the way Linux works, the mount point was still there and the built-in "File System Space Check" happily reported the space available from the root file system. The drive failed and was unmountable, but I didn't know for several days because no checks were failing in the dashboard. Perhaps a check that would compare the items listed in /etc/fstab ...more »
I need to be able to monitor the disk space usage of mapped drives from a basic workstation. In the specific case I'm thinking of, my client has a basic NAS and I want to monitor if the disk fills, but the NAS itself doesn't have such an alert.
Notifcation of High CPU, High Memory, High Disk Reads or Writes. Ability to set a threshold for overall, per process view at least a high, average, every 15, 30 min and option to receive an email if over threshold, then we could login to the command prompt, and check with option to see in real time.
On most other antivirus soft ware I have had you have been able to Right Click on removable media(or any drive) and scan for virus. It does not seem that GFI cloud AV can do this
Ad a 'Free Space' column for Disk Drives in the Asset Tracking > XML Data Dump (from the report menu). Currently, it only shows the "Size" (of the drive).