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Hi @dpbklyn,

If you have configured the storage notifications locally on the system, then you have the option to configure this notification for each logical drive separately from the Pulseway Manager -> Notifications -> Storage. However if you have used the Pulseway group policies to configure this notification, then you will not be able to exclude just one partition from monitoring.

I hope this helps.

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Thank you for the reply.   Under the Group Policy, there is a check box with "Disable Locally Configured Storage Configurations", What does this mean?

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If you will check that checkbox, then all locally configured notifications on the remote systems for the storage monitoring will be disabled.

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