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Evaluate multiple object types

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To evaluate multiple object types, you should use complex conditions. Complex conditions can be used to alert on different object types within the same alert. For example, you can create an alert to notify you when IIS is down and the free space on the volume is less than 30 GB.

  1. Enable complex conditions.
  2. Click Add Section.
  3. Choose a different value in I want to alert on.
 
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