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How to generate automated report of server uptime?

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I would like to generate a report that shows the uptime (days since last reboot) of all Windows machines in our domain. I have created a report using the tag filter, but it isn't sorted by uptime. Our goal is to quickly see which servers/workstations that have not been rebooted in X number of days.

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reboot uptime wmiuptimeserver

Created on Jan 2, 2013 9:05:06 PM by  Scott Jersa (0) 1



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Dear Scott,

a report might be tricky here, because it uses averages, but for your purposes the realtime values of the sensors now may suit you better. So how about a table on a map maybe that filters only WMI Uptime Sensors and sorts according to the last value?

best regards.

Created on Jan 3, 2013 12:07:04 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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Thank you for the response. How do you go about making a table on a map report and where do I tell it to sort by last value. I currently have the report set to use "List of sensors (no graphs)" template. I have added sensors by tag, using "wmiuptimesensor". I set "Reported Period" to "Current" and "Report Period Type" to "Day".

What am I doing wrong?

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Created on Jan 4, 2013 7:44:08 PM by  Scott Jersa (0) 1



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Scott, I'm afraid may 'instructions' were not clear. I did not refer to a 'Report', but a Map, that's two different things. The report you have, cannot be sorted, and it faces the issue with the averages, if a target server was rebooted just today.

Created on Jan 7, 2013 12:39:52 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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