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Alarms table from a group

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prtg have a alarms table with ALL warning and alarms. now we have more groups. a group for Linux, a group for windows etc.

It is possible to create a alarms table only from a single group, for example "Windows" ?

Thanks for help

alarms groups table

Created on Jul 11, 2017 7:04:15 AM by  Thomas Mundwiler (0) 1



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Hello Thomas,

Thank you very much your support inquiry.

Assume, that you are referring to PRTG's map object Alarms, which is located under Data Tables within the right sided Properties tree, you can select this map object for multiple groups.

Please drag and drop the desired group object (e.g. Windows) from the left sided Device Tree to the PRTG Map. Afterwards you can drag and drop the Data Tables|Alarms map object from the right sided Properties Tree on top of that group object.

Alarms will now be shown only for the Windows group.

Best,
Sebastian

Created on Jul 12, 2017 6:31:23 AM by  Sebastian Kniege [Paessler Support]



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