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    If the connected device will respond to a ping then you can add this already in the same way you would add any other item for connectivity check.

    As far as additional feature are concerned i.e. lamp life, usage hours etc. this maybe a little harder as I do not think there is a standardised method of checking this across different makes and models of projectors.

    I do see the benefits of adding these but it will take some investigation in order to add it to the monitor, I will add your request to the list.

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    Updates sound great, looking forward to the update

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    Quote Originally Posted by claridentech View Post
    This is looking great so far! One feature suggestion I would like to make is to also monitor status of projectors (connected via IP or RS232 to IP converters). Status messages like lamp life, filter time, PING status, etc would be helpful. I do not know if it would be possible to do this or not, however.
    Sounds a great idea, although we don't have Projectors connected via the network for those with it would be fantanstic to know when the filters need cleaning or when a bulb might fail.

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    Thanks for this great utility. I've tried using the version posted on the first page with no problems. However, after upgrading to MLSM14 I can access the main webpage after about 1 minute but it just shows the small rotating icons against any items.

    Also IE is showing errors on lines 60 and 106, both character 8: error: object expected.

    Can you offer any advice on this? Thanks
    Last edited by jimothy; 22nd October 2009 at 09:50 PM.

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    @jimothy: Most likely reason is that you are running the monitor as a sub directory of an exisiting website due to the way that the jquery and ajax configurations files have been put in place the monitor must run as a dedicated site.

    The readme.txt file has full instructions on how to set this up and should take no longer than 5 mins to do.
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    not working for me still on Server 2008

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    not working for me still on Server 2008
    I am about 98% sure this is a permissions error as it only happens when you try to do an update to the database.

    As a test can you add the everyone group to the data folder with full control and then do an update to the database, if I am right you should see no error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT View Post
    @jimothy: Most likely reason is that you are running the monitor as a sub directory of an exisiting website due to the way that the jquery and ajax configurations files have been put in place the monitor must run as a dedicated site.

    The readme.txt file has full instructions on how to set this up and should take no longer than 5 mins to do.
    Thanks for the reply. I've followed the readme.txt and I've got MLSM setup as a top level site in IIS. I had neglected to enter a domain admins username and password. Although now it just shows all of the servers as being down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimothy View Post
    Thanks for the reply. I've followed the readme.txt and I've got MLSM setup as a top level site in IIS. I had neglected to enter a domain admins username and password. Although now it just shows all of the servers as being down.
    You will need the username and password in for the WMI and pings to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimothy View Post
    Thanks for the reply. I've followed the readme.txt and I've got MLSM setup as a top level site in IIS. I had neglected to enter a domain admins username and password. Although now it just shows all of the servers as being down.
    When you access the monitor page do you get prompted for a username and password?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT View Post
    I am about 98% sure this is a permissions error as it only happens when you try to do an update to the database.

    As a test can you add the everyone group to the data folder with full control and then do an update to the database, if I am right you should see no error.
    Working!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    Working!
    Nice One !

    I take it that it was permissions then?

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    Yes!

    you know I've been trying to find something like this for years! and something which just look simple!!

    One last thing........may of already been asked.......how do I create different groups?

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    You can add extra groups directly to the database in the table called tblGroups however the next version (v1.5) out early next week will allow you to do this via the admin area.

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    Sorted out. It was set on anonymous access. Changed and sorted!

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