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Configuring Status Change Events

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Perform the following procedure to configure the sending of status change events for systems when hardware status changes to and from a critical (unreachable) state only.

To configure status change event settings:

  1. Select OptionsStatus Change Event Settings. The Status Change Event Settings page is displayed.

  2. Two options are available on this page. Select either one or both of the options.

    • Enable creation of system status change events. This will cause a system unreachable event to be sent whenever a system cannot be reached by a ping through the Hardware Status Polling task. Enabling this will cause a system reachable event to be created whenever the system is reachable again.

    • Automatically clear unreachable system status change events when system is reachable. If this is enabled, when a system that was previously unreachable starts to respond, the previous unreachable event is marked with a cleared state.

  3. Click [OK] to apply changes.

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» Events - Managing Event Handling Tasks
» Events - Creating a New Automatic Event Handling Task
» Events - Configuring E-mail Settings
» Events - Configuring Event Filters
» Events - Configuring Modem Settings

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