Calculated Status Monitor - This monitor lets you calculate its status by running a script on the statuses of other monitors.
Citrix Presentation Server Monitor - Monitor and alert on Citrix XenApp (Presentation Server) client connect and login response times. Alert if too slow, and record times for historical charts.
Directory Quota Monitor - The Directory Quota Monitor keeps track of directory sizes, and executes actions if the directory sizes are over the quota. End users (directory owners) can be notified via email with the Monitor-Directed E-mail action. Includes reports.
Disk Space Monitor - Monitor the free disk space on server drives. You can set the warning threshold in absolute size, or percentage of disk space. Includes reports and auto-configuration.
Environment Monitor - Connects to an Esensors EM01b Websensor on the LAN and monitors the current temperature, humidity and luminescence, and notifies you if the values go above thresholds that you set. Historical reports as well.
Event Log Monitor - Checks any specified Windows Event Logs (Application, System, Security plus custom event logs) and executes actions you specify if a source you're interested in adds an event to the log.
Execute Scripts - Execute your custom written scripts written in the Visual Basic Scripting Edition language. You can use custom or 3rd party ActiveX controls. The script determines whether to trigger actions using your own logic.
File Age Monitor - Monitor file ages and alert if the files become too old (good for watching server queues, spool directories, etc).
File & Directory Monitor - This monitor is a host-based IDS (Intrusion Detection System) that will notify you when the date, size or even content of a file changes. File creation and deletion is also monitored. A good tool to help with configuration management as well. Auto-configuration functionality is available.
FTP Server Monitor - The FTP Server monitor can login to FTP servers (including SSL-enabled FTP servers) to make sure they are up and running.
Inventory Alerter - Alerts on inventory data collected by the Inventory Collector monitor.
Inventory Collector - Collects inventory information (hardware information, pending Windows Update, anti-virus status, etc) from a variety of sources including WMI, SNMP and an optional System Details application.
Log File Monitor - Periodically checks the content of one or more log files for target text. Target text and be a simple text phrase or a regular expression.
Mail Server Monitor - Monitor your mail servers (POP3, IMAP & SMTP) and validate that they are running and accepting incoming connections.
Performance Monitor - The entire breadth of the system Performance Counters can be monitored allowing you to set actionable thresholds on CPU usage, memory usage, NIC traffic, etc. Performance counter values are stored in a database so you can view historical counter reports and understand trends.
Ping Monitor - Tests a connection/device by periodically testing it with a ping. No response or too great a delay triggers actions. Ping response times are recorded in a database for reporting and graphing.
Process Monitor - Monitor that specified processes are running on Windows or Linux servers.
Server Temperature Monitor - Using the free SpeedFan utility, the Server Temperature Monitor will watch
the values from the various temperature probes on your server and notify you if they go above the thresholds you set.
NOTE: This monitor ONLY works on the computer PA Server Monitor is installed on.
Service Monitor - Watches system services and runs customized actions (including restarting the service) if they are not running.
SNMP Monitor - Connects to local or remote SNMP agents and queries SNMP object values. Custom MIBs are supported. The value is compared to a threshold that you set and actions are fired as specified. SNMP values are also recorded to a local database for reporting purposes. Supports SNMP v1, v2c and v3.
SNMP Trap Monitor - Receives SNMP Traps and optionally filters on trap text before running attached actions.
Syslog Monitor - Receives Syslog log events and optionally filters on incoming log text before running attached actions.
TCP Port Monitor - Makes a TCP connection on a specified port. Optionally send command text and check response text. Timing data is recorded for reporting purposes.
Web Page Monitor - Monitor one or many pages on a web site. Checks for positive cases (text that must be found), negative cases (alerts if error text found) and if the page has changed at all. Response times are checked and recorded, and reports can be generated to understand trends.
Action List - Groups of actions for common notifications, group notifications, etc.
Call URL - 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.
Dial-Up Connection - 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.
E-mail Alert - 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.
Execute Script - Similar to the Execute Script monitor, this Action lets you extend the list of available actions via your own script written in VBScript. Many variables from the source monitor are also available for creating rich, situation-specific responses.
iPhone Notification - 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.
Message Box - 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.
Monitor-Directed Email - 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.
Network Message (Net Send) - Sends a message box containing the critical monitor details to every place that you are logged in.
Pager Alert via SNPP - Send monitor results to pagers via standard Simple Network Paging Protocol (SNPP). You can easily specify when messages should be sent or suppressed, and the content of the message.
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)
Play Sound - Audible alert when monitors detect a problem with the server.
Reboot Server - Reboots the server if a monitor has detected a critical system failure.
SMS Text Message - Send SMS text messages to your mobile device via your service providers SMS Internet gateway (SMPP server). You can control which information gets sent, as well as when messages are allowed.
SNMP Trap - Sends an SNMP Trap with details from the monitor firing the action
Start Application - Starts a specified application when the monitor triggers actions
Start Service - Sends control messages to the Windows Service Control Manager to start, stop or restart a specified service.
Syslog - Sends monitor alerts to a Syslog server on the network
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.
All Errors Report - The All Errors report show all recent errors on all monitors on all servers/devices within a group. This is a good place to quickly get a detailed view of any problems happening on the network.
All Servers Report - This report shows all of your servers in a group in a single page. Each server is a small box that is color coded according to the status of the monitors on that server.
Ad Hoc Reports - Generate reports on the fly to quickly see graphical trends
Branding Reports - Easily brand reports with your company logo at the top
Configuration Audit - This report shows you what your current configuration is with your Groups, Servers, Monitors, and Actions.
Group Overview - A compact report that shows high-level server health with detailed monitor types in a column layout.
Group Settings - Group summary reports can be specified and controlled in a per-group way. In addition, group reports can be automatically emailed to anyone that needs to keep track of the servers.
Group Summary - See a one line status indicator per server to see at a glance how the servers in your data center are doing. Per-group status reports are also supported.
HTTP accessible reports - Reports are generated in HTML and accessible from within the PA Server Monitor Console application, or from a web browser
Inventory - Collect and report on hardware and system inventory of the monitored servers and devices.
Network Map - View all of the servers/devices within a group in a single report, grouping all computers and showing their status.
Password Protection - Password protect web reports in PA Server Monitor
Satellite Status - Quickly see the current status of an individual Satellite Monitoring Service.
Satellite Summaries - Two reports that let you see the status of all of the Satellites at once.
Scheduled Reports - You can create scheduled reports which will get created when you want them, and optionally email the report to a list of recipients. Scheduled report URLs are stable so you can add them to your Favorites list to quickly and easily see the latest results.
Server Status - Easily see at a glance the state of your server along with system statistics
System Activity Log - Quickly see which monitors are running, how long they are taking, which actions are being fired and more.
Uptime Reports - Uptime Reports can be run on many different types of data, with summarization at the raw, hourly, daily, weekly and monthly level.
Visual Status Map - See a graphical map that contains status indicators that show you at a glance how servers in different geographic regions are doing.
Automated Maintenance Schedule - While a computer is in maintenance mode, PA Server Monitor won't run monitors. It will turn itself back on automatically after the maintenance window expires if you manually entered maintenance mode, or it can automatically enter and leave maintenance mode on a schedule.
Automatic Fail Over - Setup a second instance of PA Server Monitor to monitor the primary monitoring service, and take over if it fails
Bulk Configuration - Perform changes of settings in actions, monitors, reports and scheduling for several servers at one time, or copy configuration settings to other servers.
Configuration Security - Password protect the PA Server Monitor Console, and alert on changes that could affect monitoring.
Database Options - Easily point PA Server Monitor at the embedded SQLite database or use an external Microsoft SQL Server.
Easy to Use and Configure - "...hands down the most straight-forward, uncluttered and effective monitoring tool I have used" - A satisfied customer
Embedded HTTP Server - Control the HTTP port that PA Server Monitor uses, and optionally enable HTTPS (SSL)
Error Auditing - Keep track of which errors have been reviewed and acknowledged. Also a great way for administrators to have an overview of any errors within their area of responsibility.
Event Escalation - Many monitors are capable of sending escalating events. For example, low disk space alerts could first go to a first-tier Ops team. If the aren't handled in a specified time frame, they could be forwarded to a second-tier Ops team.
External API - Send basic configuration requests to the product via an HTTPS URL.
Inventory - Collect and report on hardware and system inventory of the monitored servers and devices.
Mobile: iPhone - PA Server Monitor for iPhone lets you stay up to date even if you're away
Mobile: Android - PA Server Monitor for Android lets you stay up to date even if you're away
Runs as a service - PA Server Monitor is composed of a console that you interact with, and a system service that is started when the computer boots up and is always running in the background.
Server Grouping - Group servers together in visual groups to help keep track of them. Group-based status reports are also available.
Simple Branding - Easily brand PA Server Monitor to have your name and graphics by simply dropping a couple of files into the installation directory. See Branding
Simple Installation - Takes less than 3 minutes to install and get a default installation customized for your system.
Smart Configuration - Paste a list of servers or IP address into a list and let PA Server Monitor inspect and self-configure for each server/device. Or easily copy the configuration from one configured server to one or more other servers.
VMWare ESX - Monitor aspects of a VMWare ESX host server.