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"Last boot has changed" does not display in the Active Alerts resource

Updated October 20, 2016


When defining an alert using the "Last boot has changed" condition, it does not display in the Active Alerts resource.


All SAM versions  



By default, there is a reset condition "Reset this alert automatically after".

This causes the alert to reset, hence removing the alert from active.




Change the reset condition to one of the other 3 options.



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