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Enhanced Windows Service Monitoring via Endpoint Policies


Jamie Taylor
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Windows Service Monitoring can now be configured directly in the Web Application, within Endpoint Policies, accessible using the NEW Monitored Service category. In addition, a new Monitored Services section has been added to the Services feature page when working with an online System, providing a distinction of general Service information and those Services being actively monitored.

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I like it, but when will we be able to either A. Send Email when a service is triggered (creates a ticket on our end) B. Use the service started within the workflows as well and potentially allow us to stop or start that service (this would fix the send email part for us)

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21 hours ago, Seth said:

I like it, but when will we be able to either A. Send Email when a service is triggered (creates a ticket on our end) B. Use the service started within the workflows as well and potentially allow us to stop or start that service (this would fix the send email part for us)

Or create a ticket in PSA.

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