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Monitoring Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Using Windows SBS Console Monitoring (part 2) - Using Notification Settings

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2. Using Notification Settings

When you click Network in the Windows SBS Console and select the Computers tab, as shown in Figure 3, you see a list of the computers on your network, a column specifying whether each computer is online, and indicators providing the same four categories of information as in the Network Essentials Summary pane. The difference here is that you have a separate set of indicators for each computer, while the Network Essentials Summary pane condenses the information for the entire network into four indicators.

The Network/Computers tab in the Windows SBS Console.

Figure 3. The Network/Computers tab in the Windows SBS Console.

From this page, you can also configure Windows SBS 2011 to send email notifications to you, or anyone else, when certain events occur. To set up email notifications, follow these steps:

  1. Log on to your Windows SBS 2011 primary server, using an account with network Administrator privileges. The Windows SBS Console appears.

  2. Click Network, and then select the Computers tab.

  3. From the Tasks list, select View notification settings. The Notification Settings dialog box appears.

  4. On the Services tab, select the system services that you want to trigger an email notification when they shut down.

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    Note

    Certain service failures can render the server unable to send any email messages at all, in which case the system sends no email notifications.

  5. Click the Performance counters tab, and specify whether you want the system to send an email notification when the amount of free disk space on the server drops below 10 percent of its capacity. You can also modify the default threshold by clicking Edit and specifying a different value in the Change threshold to text box.

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    Note

    MORE INFO In Windows, performance counters are registers that track specific statistics pertaining to certain hardware or software components. Unfortunately, this interface supports only one of the hundreds of counters available. To track other counter values, you must use the Performance Monitor Console, as described later in this chapter.

  6. Click the Event log errors tab and specify which event types should trigger an email notification.

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  7. Click the E-mail address tab, and in the E-mail address text box, specify the addresses of the individuals you want to receive notifications. You can use local or Internet email addresses, separating multiple addresses with semicolons.

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  8. Click OK to close the Notification Settings dialog box.

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