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    Hi...

    Does the Itarian platform include monitors for the events that Dell OpenManage uses? And the HPE events too?

    I know this page lists all the events for dell:

    https://www.dell.com/support/manuals...b2f&lang=en-us

    Thanks for any info. This is 100% critical for using the platform for us.

    -m

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    Hello invisikcorp ,

    Thank you for your interest on ITarian Platform.

    Originally posted by invisikcorp View Post
    Does the Itarian platform include monitors for the events that Dell OpenManage uses?
    If systems are running Microsoft Windows OS, have you checked Event Monitors? If no, could you please try it and see if it catch the logs? If not, could you please share the location where Dell OpenManage stores logs?

    Originally posted by invisikcorp View Post
    And the HPE events too?
    About this, I found this page https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public...ocId=c03844889. Could you also try Event Monitors if your systems are running Microsoft Windows? If it does not work, could you please also share the location of the logs that are stored?

    Please let me know if it works or not. If it does not work, it is essential for us to have the exact location of event logs so that we can prepare a custom script for you to monitor those events.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    Best regards,
    Ilgaz
    Last edited by ilgazy; 03-19-2020, 11:53 AM.

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    • #3
      Yes it is for Windows in the Event Viewer. Do the Itarian monitors know what HP and Dell event viewer ID's are problems?

      The link I provided in the original post is to the Dell OpenManage event viewer ID's. Can you use that to make a custom script or monitor please?

      I'll look for a list of HP event ids.

      -m

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      • #4
        Hello invisikcorp ,

        ITarian does not know which HP and Dell event viewer ID's means what. But, have you tried to test it via Event Monitors by adding some event ids as separate conditions?

        If this does not work, we will try to create a custom script monitor, but in that case, we will need exact event IDs (and meaning) so that we can map.

        Thank you
        Ilgaz

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        • #5
          Here's a PDF (a little old) of the HP Event ID's and what they mean:

          https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public...r_na-c03356292

          -m

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