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The following section describes how to configure key features of the PATROL KM for Microsoft Windows OS.

For information about PATROL KM for Microsoft Windows OS configuration tasks, see the referenced sections in the following table. For more information about accessing KM menu commands, see Accessing KM menu commands.

PATROL KM for Microsoft Windows OS configuration tasks

Tasks

Menu command

Page

Configure Windows event monitoring

From the PATROL Console, access the Windows Event application and select the KM menu command Configure Windows Event Monitoring.

Configuring Windows events monitoring

Configure service monitoring

From the PATROL Console, access the Services application and select the KM menu command Configure Service Monitoring.

Configuring service monitoring

Configure process monitoring

From the PATROL Console, access the Processes application and select the KM menu command Configure Manual Process Monitoring.

Configuring process monitoring

Configure built-in recovery actions

From the PATROL Console, access the host application and select the KM menu command Configure Recovery Actions.

Configuring built-in native recovery actions

Create custom parameters

From the PATROL Console, access the CompositesColl application and select the KM menu command Create Expressions.

Creating custom parameters

View event logs

From the PATROL Console, access the Windows Event application and select the KM menu command Windows Event Viewer.

Viewing event logs 

Configure blue screen monitoring

From the PATROL Console, access the NT_BSK application and select the KM menu command Configure Blue Screen Monitoring.

Configuring Blue Screen monitoring

Notify when disks are not present

From the PATROL Console, access the NT_PHYSICAL_DISK_ CONTAINER and the NT_LOGICAL_DISK_CONTAINER applications and select the KM menu command Acknowledge.

Notifying when disks are not present


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