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Updated: June 16, 2017

Server Monitor Refresh Frequency Set the frequency at which you want to refresh the Server monitor.
Max Data Points for Storage Trending and Forecasting Set the maximum number of data points that SRM Profiler will trend for storage usage. For example, 30 means SRM Profiler will go back 30 days (assuming one point per day) while doing analysis. The minimum is 15 points.
Server Monitor Filter Filter the list of Servers in the Server Monitor and Server Status bar by last collect time.
Enable IPAddress Change Allow the IP addresses of servers to be changed on the Device Page.
Enable Storage -Share Group Assignment by filter only Select this feature to enable storage share group assignment using only the filter. Enable this option when there are a large number of shares.
Track invalid log in attempts in Window Event Log Select True if you want to track any invalid log in attempts in the Windows Event Log. This is applicable only for Server installed on Windows OS.
Email Notifications for SNMP Alerts Select 'First Occurrence' to receive an email notification 'once' for the first time when a trap comes in (or) select 'Every Occurrence' to receive an email notification 'for every repeated occurrence of the trap. In case of iservice, this sends out an email notification every minute, whenever the iservice is down.
Delete Output files Older Than Set the period after which files are deleted. This can be between 1 and 24 hours.
 

 

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