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How can I check if a user is logged in on a specific Webpage?

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Hello! :)

I am trying to find a way to monitor our 4 Raspberry info tvs.

On these machines is running raspberry pi and chromium with a url switch plugin. So the raspberry shows all 30 seconds another URL.

On of these URLs is a grafana site. On the site you have to login with the user account. The password is saved and the login remembered but sometimes we have to login manually.

So how can I monitor if the grafana login is working or not?

Alarm: PRTG opens the url and there is only the login page No-Alarm: PRTG opens the url and it sees the grafana dashboard.

I've tried it with http advanced but it didn't work.

Thanks in advance!

http-advanced prtg website

Created on Oct 15, 2020 10:38:32 AM by  Rixius (0) 1



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perhaps the HTTP Advanced Sensor, with it's parameters for "Response Must Not include" and "Response Must include" might work, you can configure those to create a warning or an error in PRTG

Created on Nov 25, 2020 3:45:21 PM by  aj (20) 1



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