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alert

An event that usually requires some form of user interaction or acknowledgment.

An event, such as a completed backup job, that usually requires some form of user interaction or acknowledgment.

An event that usually requires some form of user interaction or acknowledgment.

A message that the RealTime server records in the alert log. An alert is one of four types: Critical, Warning, Error, and Information.

A notification that is sent to the Event Console. Alerts are generated by Notification Server; installed solutions; and directly from SNMP, WMI, and other protocols.

An event or set of events that an administrator should review and potentially configure a notification for. Alerts are used to escalate a single event or a group of events and to draw more attention to the events.

An event or set of events that an administrator should review and potentially configure a notification for. Alerts are used to escalate a single event or a group of events and to draw more attention to the events.

In Information Manager, a message that notifies a user that some predefined condition has been met. Information Manager can be configured to create an alert for specific kinds of events. Alerts can be triggered, for example, by a threshold number of events within a specified time or changes relating to the point product (such as a crash, agent restart, or a loss of connectivity).

An event or set of events that an administrator should review and potentially configure a notification for. Alerts are used to escalate a single event or a group of events and to draw more attention to the events.

In Information Manager, a message that notifies a user that some predefined condition has been met. Information Manager can be configured to create an alert for specific kinds of events. Alerts can be triggered, for example, by a threshold number of events within a specified time or changes relating to the point product (such as a crash, agent restart, or a loss of connectivity).

An automatic notification that an event or error has occurred.

A timely notice of security information that may be critical to the defense and maintenance your organization's technology resources and data assets.

One of several types of configurable notifications produced when a CommandCentral Alert Manager alarm is triggered. A CommandCentral alert is dynamic, resetting itself automatically when a condition monitored by a policy returns to its specified <code>CLEAR</code> state.

One of several types of configurable notifications produced when an Action Agent alarm is triggered. An alert is dynamic, resetting itself automatically when a condition monitored by a policy returns to its specified CLEAR state.

An indication that an error or failure has occurred on an object on the system. When an object fails or experiences an error, an alert icon appears.