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    My Little Server Monitor

    Thanks to all of you who PM'd me from the other thread.

    Please find attached to this post the zip containing the server monitor to install on your web server, install instructions are in the readme file included.

    I have started this thread in order to keep questions and requests seperate from the other mixed thread which was confusing people.

    Let me know how you get on

    ALTERNATIVE LINK TO DOWNLOAD: http://www.opsoftware.net/MLSM.zip
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    Last edited by ICTNUT; 7th October 2009 at 08:25 PM. Reason: Added new download link

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    Thanks a lot!

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    Just as an update, people have been asking "What does it do?" well...

    This is a web based tool that ....

    Any network connected device can be PING'd for a simple connectivity test
    Any Windows connected device can have individual services monitored via a WMI check.

    If a PING check proves unsuccessfull the status of the item is changed to down
    If a service check fails the status of the item is changed to down.

    Things Still To Do:
    Email notifications
    If a service check fails set status to warn instead of down.
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    So this is something you are still going to develop, or has it reached its end of life?

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    It is actually going to be integrated into the helpdesk but will have a few enhancements as a stand alone bit of software as well as any bug fixes that maybe required.

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    Hi ICTNUT - fantastic tool.

    what is the correct way to add bespoke services?

    When I try to add the finance system service, the server status is Up, but when you click on the link it is offline. This suggests to me that it is not actually looking at the service.

    Many thanks

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    Make sure when you add your service that the name and detail correspond correctly as per the attached image of the service windows from services.msc
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    I have tried to download it sereval times and the result is always the same:

    The compressed (zipped) Folder is invalid or corrupted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    I have tried to download it sereval times and the result is always the same:

    The compressed (zipped) Folder is invalid or corrupted.
    Same here. I had the same thing the other day with the answering machine thread attachment
    Edu issue or SWGfL? - I've tried various proxies and no luck on any!

    (IE 8.0.7600, Win 7 Pro, SWGfL - also tried on Win XP with same browser)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mb2k01 View Post
    Edu issue or SWGfL? - I've tried various proxies and no luck on any!

    (IE 8.0.7600, Win 7 Pro, SWGfL - also tried on Win XP with same browser)
    HGfL: IE 8.0.6001.18702: Windows XP Pro: SP3

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    I have been able to open the zipped file and see inside using 7-Zip but when the archive is extracted it creates a file called 'MLSM' [no extension]

    Going back to the archive again I can go one level deeper and extract a folder called 'MLSM'

    In this folder there are various folders and ASP files [Active Server Page] but no executable. I don't think that I can ASP on our network so I guess I can't use this.
    Last edited by DaveP; 7th October 2009 at 08:24 PM. Reason: Correct spelling mistake in post.

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    Hmm - it's corrupt for me too.

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    @DaveP: If you have a windows server then you can run this, the download has a readme file with instructions on getting this running.

    @DaveP, @mb2k01, @Ignatius: I have added another link to the download in my original post.

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    Great Work Ozan! :-) Nice little tool here to put next to the Helpdesk Monitoring App!

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT View Post
    I have added another link to the download in my original post.
    Brilliant - I'll have a play around this weekend.

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