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Wired Networks Thread, My Little Server Monitor in Technical; Originally Posted by ICTNUT Sounds to me like the CSS files are not being loaded, did you setup the monitor ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT View Post
    Sounds to me like the CSS files are not being loaded, did you setup the monitor site in IIS as a dedicated site or as a sub directory of another site?

    Just had a look at it and working now. There was no proxy specified in IE because it's a virtual server specifically for SmartMonitor, so have had no need to connect to internet. Specifying a proxy and enabling proxy bypass allowed the page to render normally. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meastaugh1 View Post
    Just had a look at it and working now. There was no proxy specified in IE because it's a virtual server specifically for SmartMonitor, so have had no need to connect to internet. Specifying a proxy and enabling proxy bypass allowed the page to render normally. Thanks.
    Yes that would about do it.

    The JQuery CSS and AJAX modules are pulled down from the Google Content Delivery Network (CDN) to ensure that are kept upto date and available this also reduces the overall delivery size of the software.

    No internet = no content

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    This is incorrect you do not need to have them admin page open in order to provide access to the public status page. Admin only needs to be open in order to poll sensors.

    the public page can be accessed by anyone at anytime.
    But for it to stay up to date...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT View Post
    I think now would be a good time to start again as it would appear you are getting a little confused.

    When adding you DNS record create a record for netmonitor pointing to the IP address of the web server, next when you create the site on the webserver and you are at the host headers section (step 7 on the guide) simply add netmonitor and continue with the rest of the setup.

    Should all be setup OK you simply need to open your web browser and enter http://netmonitor/admin/ and you should get the admin login page.
    ICTNUT - cheers mate took me all of 2 seconds this morning when I was awake

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    Just curious - how long does it take for status messages to start appearing, I've added a few servers and sensors for them but nothing appears in the overview, the servers are shown on the main public facing page.

    Checked config of site in IIS, looks fine, been running for about 1 hour at 5min intervals.

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    ignore me - permissions problem

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    hi everyone,

    Just a quick question, is there in IIS 7 install guide anywhere?

    Thanks

    .Adam

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    I know i'd find this app very useful but so far i've not managed to get it to run on our server, but i know thats my fault just haven't had the time to look at it throughly yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fawkers View Post
    hi everyone,

    Just a quick question, is there in IIS 7 install guide anywhere?

    Thanks

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    I am trying to get one sorted, hopefully tonight

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    Cool

    I've updated the code that ICTNUT posted earlier about the warning icons, however - I still find that we have a couple of services (that we monitor) are stopped - yet the program still says all is OK.

    Did I miss something or should it alert on service failure?

    Cheers,

    Az

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    Outstanding little monitor this Only thing that would be nice is a method to have it running all the time hidden, doubt that's possible though. I did think about having it running in a terminal server session that doesn't time out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmad View Post
    Outstanding little monitor this Only thing that would be nice is a method to have it running all the time hidden, doubt that's possible though. I did think about having it running in a terminal server session that doesn't time out
    We wanted to make this as lightweight as possible hence no need for clients to be installed anywhere and (unfortunatley) no windows service to run the polling.

    Glad you like it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by azrael78 View Post
    I've updated the code that ICTNUT posted earlier about the warning icons, however - I still find that we have a couple of services (that we monitor) are stopped - yet the program still says all is OK.

    Did I miss something or should it alert on service failure?

    Cheers,

    Az
    OK a couple of things to check here.

    Please make sure that the service name and service detail are correct, i posted what these should be on the first or second page of this thread.

    If you post a service that either does not exist or is disabled then the sensor check is simply ingnored.

    Does the service report as being stopped in the admin area?

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT View Post
    Does the service report as being stopped in the admin area?
    Yeah - it shows as stopped in the Admin area which is why I'm puzzled

    Az

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    Quote Originally Posted by azrael78 View Post
    Yeah - it shows as stopped in the Admin area which is why I'm puzzled

    Az
    Right OK, then you should get a warning on the front end status page.

    Let me have a look for you.

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