Checks on Windows Task Scheduler tasks and alerts based on status and results.
This event monitor connects to the Windows task scheduler and alerts about tasks that have been disabled or have missed recent runs. It can also check the last result status and warn based on what it finds.
This event monitor provides the following options:
To check tasks in the top level of the Task Scheduler use "\" without the quotes. For other folders, enter the full folder path. For example: "\Microsoft\Windows\Autochk".
Use this option to alert if the event monitor cannot connect to the network device.
Use this option to get alerts if the event monitor was able to connect to the task scheduler but no tasks were found.
This option will send an alert if a task's run time exceeds the values you specify.
Tasks can miss runs for a variety of reasons including if the system was powered off during its scheduled run time. Use this option to get alerts about missed runs.
Use this option to get alerts when the event monitor detects any tasks that are disabled.
With this option, you can specify a last result that you expect to be returned by the task. The event monitor will alert you if any other result is returned.
With this option, you can specify a returned last result and get alerted if that result is returned by any run.
Use this option to tell the event monitor to only check the tasks that you specify. To specify multiple tasks, separate them using commas.
Use this option if you have specified tasks to be checked and want to be alerted if they are not found.
Use this option to exclude disabled tasks from monitoring.
With this option enabled, the event monitor will include a list of all the tasks it detected.
The account used to monitor this device must be a member of Distributed COM Users group.
This event monitor does not generate any data points.
To view the tutorial for this event monitor, click here.
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