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RAKONE

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  1. That was it. Thanks Michael. Rather confusing tho to edit the individual computer temperature settings and everything there is saying Celsius while dashboard is reporting in Fahrenheit. If group policy supersedes individual machine settings then perhaps those settings in the manager should be greyed out with a notice when they're overridden by the group policy?
  2. Using the dashboard I updated the settings for a client's machine. I added in cpu and hard drive temperature monitors setting them to the default 70 C. Less than a minute after updating the dashboard reported all 3 were elevated temperatures. It was reporting them in Fahrenheit. I again edited the settings and double checked. Hardware sensors were set to report in Celsius. I deleted the hardware notifications, uploaded the settings and it ceased to report the elevated temperature. I again, edited the settings, added the hardware notifications for the cpu and hard drive, saved them and t
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