Checks specified servers and alerts if patches and updates from Windows Update have not been installed recently.
This event monitor checks remote machines and alerts if it finds that they have not had patches installed in more than a specified number of days. It provides a great way to be reminded about machines that might be under the control of other users and haven't been updated recently.
This event monitor provides the following options:
Use this option to set a threshold and get alerts if systems have not had updates installed for that period.
This option alerts if the specified amount of days has passed since definition updates for Windows Defender have been installed.
This option will send a notification if any updates become available.
Enable this option to filter out any definition updates for Windows Defender from your notifications.
With this option enabled, all updates that have been installed will appear in the event text.
Notifications will contain only the latest installed updates.
This option will show only the latest cumulative update installed in each run's event text.
Checking this box will include a list of pending updates in each notification generated by the event monitor.
Enable this option to include details about the most recently installed update in all notifications and alerts.
Enter the names of updates you want the event monitor to ignore in the provided text field.
The account used for authentication must be a member of the Performance Monitor Users group and the Distributed COM Users group, or have admin rights.
This event monitor generates the following data points:
|Most Recent Update||The time of the most recent update.|
To view the tutorial for this event monitor, click here.
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