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is it possible in PRTG to monitor the remaining free space of a UPD from RDS server?

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Hi All, I have 1 File server with the UPDs, then i have 10 RDS servers and a Session broker, i'm having trouble now because i'm not able to know who is remaining without free space on his/her UPD, so until now i just have to wait that the user reports that is out of space and cant work or by checking on a daily/weekly basis. i would like to know if we can automate this check or a way to set a sensor to do this that alerts me when 1 user have 10% disk free.

Thank you.

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Created on Feb 14, 2022 3:36:34 PM by  jimmyrosa (0) 1



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Hello there,

Unfortunately, we do not have a fitting sensor for this scenario. I also think that these a quite hard to monitor since those UPDs (User Profile Disks) are only mounted when there is actually an active session. Without an active session there would be noting to monitor.

I'm afraid, but I am not aware of a solution. Maybe you can ask a Windows specialist, if they know about a possibility. If you find a solution, I it would be very nice if you can share it here, so other users can profit from this as well.

I can also assist with implementing a custom sensor if you got a call to monitor this information successfully.


Kind regards,
Birk Guttmann, Tech Support Team

Created on Feb 16, 2022 5:52:00 PM by  Birk Guttmann [Paessler Support]



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