This has been added to the next version as I forgot to add it in.
Originally Posted by Sirbendy
If a service has been instqalled on as server regardless of what it is you can add it to the server monitor. To do this you need to open the services.msc on the server in question, double left click on the service, in the window that opens make a note of the service name as this is what you will need to add. Once you have the service name go in to the admin area of MYSM and add the service, once added link it to the server and away you go :)
Can it be twiddled to allow any "non standard" services like VMWare to be monitored?
I am looking in to email / desktop alerts at the moment which will do this, if a server is down i.e. no PING send an email or if a server is up but a service is down send an email informing as much.
If the server is UP, but a monitored service is not, is there any way of informing the user of an issue without them clicking on the affected machine?
Glad to hear it.
Looks very good though! First play with IIS as well..relatively painless..:)
If i read this right you want to group within groups, I suppose it could be done not sure how long it would take and if it would make the display harder to read, remeber this is supposed to be an at a glance display.
* could there be a way of grouping items together e.g. departments for wireless/printers etc.
Consider it changed :)
* When it says checking servers, please wait - maybe change to checking items as its not just servers its wireless/printers as well.
Do you want to be able to do this or have it done for you so that all reacords are in alpha order??
* Re order items in alphabetical order
I'll look into this.
in IE the layout is fine, in FF the layout has servers at top and wifi and printers just below to the left.