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Create and configure alerts

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Virtualization Manager contains over 40 alerts by default to help you identify common issues in virtual environments.

You can configure alerts to trigger when an event occurs, when it ceases to exist, or both.

You can create alerts from the search results page.

  1. Search for a set of items that you want to alert on.
  2. Click Create Alert.

The alert configuration page will be displayed, where you can configure all the details of an alert.

 
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