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By selecting a particular event, you can display a pane, like the one showninFigure 3-9, with additional information concerning the event.
FIGURE 3-9View information about a specific event.Configuring alerts for eventsWhen events are being collected for the servers listed on a particular page,you can configure the Dashboard tile for that page to display alertswhenever an event of a particular type has been collected. To continue thepreceding example, you can configure the All Servers tile on the Dashboardto display alerts for specific types of events by doing the following:1.Select the Dashboard in Server Manager.2.In the All Servers tile, click Events to open the All Servers - Events DetailView dialog box shown inFigure 3-10.FIGURE 3-10Configure alerts for events.3.Specify the conditions for displaying event alerts for collected events byconfiguring the following:Whether critical, error, or warning events (or all three) should generatealerts. (By default, only critical events generate alerts.)The event sources for the events. (By default, this includes all eventsources.)
The event logs for the events. (By default, this includes all event logs.)The time period during which the event occurred. (By default, this is duringthe last 24 hours.)Specific event IDs that should generate alerts. For example, specifying 1–20, –13, 75 generates only alerts that have event IDs of 1–20 (except 13) or75.The servers on which the events occurred. (Deselect any servers for whichyou don’t want to use the Dashboard to generate event alerts.)Event alerts are indicated by red numbers next to the Events thumbnail oftiles on the Dashboard. Click the Events thumbnail of any tile to see moreinformation about the events that generated the alerts.Monitoring servicesYou can use Server Manager to monitor services on remote servers and thendisplay alerts on the Dashboard whenever a service meets certain criteria.You can also use Server Manager to start, stop, restart, pause, and resumeservices on remote servers. To configure other settings for services, open theServices MMC console from Administrative Tools.Configuring service alertsYou can configure any tile on the Dashboard to display service alerts for theservers the tile represents by doing the following:1.Select any tile on the Dashboard in Server Manager—for example, the AllServers tile.2.Click the Services thumbnail in this tile to open the All Servers - ServicesDetail View dialog box for that server group, as shown inFigure 3-11.
FIGURE 3-11Configure service alerts for collected events.3.Specify the conditions for displaying service alerts for collected events byconfiguring the following:Which service start types can generate alerts. (By default, only servicesconfigured to start automatically, or automatically with delayed start, areselected.)Which services can generate alerts. (By default, all services can generatealerts.)Which service status conditions can generate alerts. (All service statusconditions can do this by default.)

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