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I need to implement a monitor which counts the number of occurrences of the datamanager.exe process

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The sensor in PRTG makes sure that one process is working. But doesn’t alarm if there are 2 or more processes running in that same application. Please advice if there is a PRTG sensor that counts the number of application processes running. The condition is "IF the application is running more than 1 process it should alarm". Please let me know as soon as possible. Your help will be much appreciated.

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Created on Dec 15, 2015 9:52:21 PM by  bleach11 (0) 1



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This can be done with Custom Sensor ProcessCount.

This sensor counts the number of processes running on a computer. Using limits you can set the sensor to a warning or error stathe when the number of named processes exceeds your threshold.

The sensor takes the following parameters:

-n=   The name of the process to return the count for
-c=   Computer name or IP-Address of the pc running the process(es)
-u=   Optional Domain\Username of a user account that has access to the computer via WMI service
-p=   Optional Password or PassHash (*) of a user account that has access to the computer via WMI service

(*) A PassHash can be generated with the PassHash Tool

Created on Dec 16, 2015 8:44:34 AM by  PRTG Tools Family [prtgtoolsfamily.com] (13,173) 3 4



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