I notice that the DSC hacker check is able to report on the number of attempts that have occurred over the past 24 hours. However, it would be nice that the hacker check would show a summary of what user name(s) caused the authentication or login failure and associate that account with the number of attempted failures Also, it would be nice to see what time the failures have occured during the day. This would be ...more »
currently if i want to change the 24x7 frequency check interval or DSC run time for multiple devices, i have click on each individual workstation or server and make the modification manually. this is ideal for working on on few devices at a time, but currently i have a need to change over 190 workstations 24x7 frequency intervals, but find the manual method will take too long. there should be a global or group option ...more »
I would love to be able to monitor a ping time response for some sites, a few sites have problems with their internet connections and some using Citrix suffer from anomalies with their routers. I ping time check could alert us to degradation on the link or a problem with a router. Example: If ping time response is over 150ms for 5 consecutive pings, send alert. But allow the time and number of pings to be selected by ...more »
Reporting the status of Apple's built-in Time Machine backup would be a top feature for me.
Apple displays the status of the service on the Menu Bar so it may be possible to get this with a script, but I would be great to have this monitoring standard.
Given the average Mac user view of viruses, backups and patches will be a bigger driver of monitoring.
although we are giving the option of sending technical support request via e-mail....i would like to have a better method of managing all tickets i have requests for or may be currently corresponding with. the problem i have is even though i get a response, i have no idea, which e-mail they are responding too or issue that they maybe referring to, since i get numerous e-mails daily. any email i send don't necessarily ...more »
I would like the ability to reboot servers on every 3rd Sunday of the month. Currently it only allows for a day of the week, and then I have to add that to each server. I know there are ways to do this in GPO and scheduled tasks, but it would be nice to have it all done in one interface, GFI.
Windows is quite dependent on the time is correct on all servers and workstations to authentikationen works. I now have a couple of times experienced that vital servers came up with the wrong time, and thus laid the network down. I could use to good game management tool could cause errors if the servers according to their time zone was out of sync with more than 5 minutes for example. That brings us to another problem ...more »
I have a client who has had a third party install some software and request that a particular folder on the hard drive be excluded from AV scans (on access real-time scans). The concern the software vendor has is that when their database file gets large (500MB and over) that scanning it by the AV program will affect performance. This file will be accessed across the network by multiple machines and change on a frequent ...more »
Request to have a more granular report available per device to show the times during the day a certain blocked website was attempted to be accessed.
If a user inadvertently or purposely changes the date/time on a machine, it can cause the agent reporting and other checks to report erroneous results. The agent should include the local time as a part of the reporting to the host which should compare that to the reception time. If there is a significant discrepancy (more than a couple of minutes), it should be flagged as a possible clock error. e.g. changing the date ...more »
24/7 Checks should have a time window (start and stop times). WHEN a check is applied is as important as WHAT it is checking.
Things change. It may be that your server behaves differently during a single period of the day... or it may be several profiles for different parts of the day. Either way, if each check had a time element, the flexibility to write appropriate checks would be handled.
It would be an extra service to partners if an Agent did not report back in the past number N days. For example you could set this to 1 or 10 (defined by partner). If this machine did not respond back within that time, the alert is send that this machine was offline for more that 1 or 10 days. It is not to notify them of a server that's not there, but to avoid paying for nodes that are not there anymore. This is helpful ...more »