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Disable monitoring for components of AppInsight applications (SAM)

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Overview

This article describes how to disable the monitoring of a component in AppInsight for SQL, AppInsight for Exchange, and AppInsight for IIS in SolarWinds SAM by editing the related application monitor.

Note the following details about disabling monitoring for components: 

  • Depending on how SAM is configured in your environment, you may require Administrator access to disable component monitoring.
  • Only a select subset of components can be disabled for AppInsight applications.

Environment

All SAM versions

Steps

​To disable monitoring for an application component:

  1. In the Orion Web Console, click My Dashboards > Applications > SAM Summary.
  2. In the All Applications resource on the Application Summary page, expand an AppInsight application to display instances of the application on nodes.
  3. Click a Microsoft Exchange instance to open its summary page. The Application Details resource/widget displays components currently being monitored. (If the Application Details resource does not appear, you can add it to the page.)
  4. Click Edit Application Monitor.
  5. In the list of Component Monitors, expand the details for the component as shown in the screenshot below.
  6. Next to the Enable Component option, click Override Template.
  7. Select Disabled in the Enable Component field.
  8. Collapse the component details and click Submit at the bottom of the page.

 

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