I recently got a new phone, which is a Pixel 2 XL and I've noticed I never receive push notifications for when an alert is thrown out in the app. I have had no issues with any other app throwing push notifications and have not modified any settings in how notifications are displayed on my device.
I am on Android v 9.0 currently if that matters.
I have several non-critical virtual servers that do not start automatically with our Hyper-V cluster that I want to start manually once I know all critical servers are back on line after a cluster reboot, but these do not show up in the list of VMs for each host on either the Android or PC app.
I only see the 'running' VMs.
Am I missing something in config of Pulseway Manager (v5.4.7) other than just enabling 'Monitor and Manage Hyper-V'?
According to this page https://www.pulseway.com/hyperv I should see all VMs configured on a host, and be able to do lots of other things.
Is there anyway to show the last 3 scripts that have been ran on a system. Perhaps right below the run automation scripts. Nothing too detailed, but per system it would be nice to see what's been ran recently maybe title of script ran date and complete or failed status.
By Daniel Messer
At the moment we use Windows Dashboard 5.1.2 to monitor configured systems during office hours.
As not all customers are under the same SLA, we don't need all notifications at all times. Outside office hours our support staff is mobile and would like to use Pulseway Android App to receive notifications on problematic systems. But unfortunately there is no option to include or exclude groups, tags, roles or scopes. And there is no way to tell the app just to show critical notifications.
Are these features already planned for a future release of Android App?