PA Server Monitor Free Edition
PA Server Monitor Free is for anyone that needs simple web page, event log or ping monitoring and doesn't want to spend a lot. Why are we giving it away free? Frankly because we think you'll be impressed with our products and tell your collegues about us. And someday if your own needs increase, we hope you'll think of us when you start searching for a solution.
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Groups of actions for common notifications, group notifications, etc.
This action will call a URL you specify, optionally posting information about the current alert. This makes it easy to connect to a helpdesk/ticketing system.
Connects or disconnects a Windows Dial-up Connection. Typically this is for servers that are not on the Internet, but need to connect to send alerts.
Sends SMTP email messages to mail boxes, cell phones, mobile devices, etc. The E-mail action has Alert Digests which are a powerful/friendly feature that combines multiple alerts that happen within a short time into a single email notification. This can be very helpful when something goes really wrong. You can easily specify when messages should be sent or suppressed.
This action will cause an alert to be displayed on your iPhone. When you click OK, the iPhone application will start to let you get more details.
A simple message box that displays monitor findings. These message boxes are smart: if there are many pending alerts you can easily dismiss them all at once.
The monitor which detects a problem specifies the email address to use for each alert. This is very useful when sending reminders and alerts to end users such as with the User Quota Monitor and the Directory Quota Monitor.
|Phone Dialer (DTMF/SMS)|
Dials a modem/phone and optionally sends DTMF commands or other commands (to send SMS messages for example). This is typically used by a disconnected server to send an alert over a normal phone line (where the CallerID identifies the server)
Audible alert when monitors detect a problem with the server.
Reboots the server if a monitor has detected a critical system failure.
Sends control messages to the Windows Service Control Manager to start, stop or restart a specified service.
|Write to Event Log|
Writes monitor details to the Windows Event Log.
|Write to Log File|
Log the findings of any triggered monitor to a file. Separate files can be created for each day, week, month, etc.
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|Limited to 1 server|
- Free Edition Limits
- Only the monitors show above are available
- Monitor 1 server, or create 10 monitors (with per-monitor licensing)