Video Screencast Help
Scheduled Maintenance: Symantec Connect is scheduled to be down Saturday, April 19 from 10am to 2pm Pacific Standard Time (GMT: 5pm to 9pm) for server migration and upgrade.
Please accept our apologies in advance for any inconvenience this might cause.

Altiris Deployment Server Monitor Pack (MS6)

Created: 03 Jun 2009 • Updated: 03 Jun 2009 | 3 comments
Antonp's picture
0 0 Votes
Login to vote

Altiris Deployment Server monitor Pack contains and monitors the basic services that are responsible for
running the Deployment Server Components:

  • Deployment Services
  • eXpress Services
  • PXE Services

These services are monitored to check if they are running or not running, e-mail notification will be sent in the
event of a service not running.

Comments 3 CommentsJump to latest comment

John Atkins's picture

This is great and just what I have been looking for, but what do you do with the .xml file after you unzip the file?

John Atkins
Advanced Client Services Engineer
LifeWay Christian Resources
http://www.lifeway.com

TN User Group Membership Director
 

0
Login to vote
Joseph_Carson's picture

In the Altiris Console you will need to import the XML into the Monitor Solution.  As this is for version 6.x you need to do the following:

Navigate to the Manage>Monitoring

Then

Monitoring>Tasks>Manage Monitor Packs

Once on the Manage Monitor Packs View you will be able to find an ICON called Import and this is where you import the XML into.  Once imported you will then find a Monitor Pack in the List of Monitor Packs with the respective name above that allows you to enable, modify and apply to a collections of resources.

I hope this helps.

Joseph Carson


0
Login to vote
Joseph_Carson's picture

In the Altiris Console you will need to import the XML into the Monitor Solution.  As this is for version 6.x you need to do the following:

Navigate to the Manage>Monitoring

Then

Monitoring>Tasks>Manage Monitor Packs

Once on the Manage Monitor Packs View you will be able to find an ICON called Import and this is where you import the XML into.  Once imported you will then find a Monitor Pack in the List of Monitor Packs with the respective name above that allows you to enable, modify and apply to a collections of resources.

I hope this helps.

Joseph Carson


0
Login to vote