Created by Steven Bansil, last modified by Steven Bansil on Jan 27, 2017
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Click Windows Event Log.
If you want your alert to write to the Windows Event Log on your Server, select Use Event Log Message on Network Performance Monitor Server.
If you want your alert to write to the Windows Event Log on a remote server, select Use Event Log Message on aRemote Server, and then provide the Remote Server Name or IP Address.
Enter the message you want to log to the Windows Event Log in the Message to send to Windows Event Log field.
If you want to insert a variable into the Message field, complete the following procedure:
Click Insert Variable.
Select a Variable Category.
Select the variable you want to add.
If you want to change the parser, check Change Parser, and then select the parser you want to use.
If you want to define the SQL variable to copy to the clipboard, check Define SQL Variable, and then click Insert Variable From Above List.
Click Build Selected Variable.
Click Time of Day.
Enter the time period and select the days over which you want to activate your alert action.
If you want to enable alert escalation, click Alert Escalation, and then check any of the following options, as appropriate for your alert:
To disable the action when the alert has been acknowledged, check Do not execute this Action if the Alert has been Acknowledged.
To execute the action repeatedly as long as the trigger condition exists, check Execute this Action repeatedly while the Alert is Triggered and then provide an appropriate action execution interval.
To delay alert action execution, check Delay the execution of this Action, and then provide an appropriate interval the alert engine should wait after the alert condition is met before the alert action is executed.
If you are finished configuring your alert log file, click OK.