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Active Administrator 8.3 - Web Console User Guide

Active Administrator Web Console Overview Active Directory Health Alerts Notifications Active Directory Health Check
Using the Health Check landing page Creating a Health Check Setting options for Health Check tests Health check tests
Forest tests Domain tests Domain controller tests Site tests
Active Directory Topology Reports Network Operations Center

Viewing operations summary

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Click NOC View.
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Click Summary, if necessary.
The Summary page is divided into three sections: Summary, Alerts, and Domains.
The Summary area displays a summary of the forests, domains, sites, and domain controllers.
Table 1. Summary area

Forests

Number of forests being monitored.

Domains

Number of domains in all forests, including domains not being monitored.

Domain controllers

Number of domain controllers in all forests, including domain controllers not being monitored.

Agents

Number of installed agents.

Monitored DCs

Number of monitored domain controllers.

Global catalog servers

Number of global catalog servers in all domains.

RODCs

Number of read-only domain controllers (RODCs) in all domains.

Sites

Number of sites in all forests.

Bridgehead servers

Number of bridgehead servers in all sites.

Unmonitored DCs

Number of unmonitored domain controllers.

All agents running

All schema versions consistent

All schema masters consistent

All naming masters consistent

All PDC masters consistent

All infrastructure masters consistent

All RID masters consistent

All functional levels consistent

Indicates the status of the object in all forests and domains. If one object has a problem, the status becomes No.

Domain

The selected domain. To display another domain, choose from the drop-down menu. If rotation is enabled, the display automatically rotates to the next domain at the specified rate. See Adding a new profile.

Domain controllers

Number of domain controllers in each domain, including domain controllers not being monitored.

Global catalog servers

Number of monitored global catalog servers in each domain.

RODCs

Number of monitored read-only domain controllers (RODCs) in each domain.

Functional level

The Active Directory® domain functional level.

PDC owner

Owner of the primary domain controller (PDC) Flexible Single Master Operation (FSMO) role.

RID master

Owner of the relative identifier (RID) FSMO role.

Infrastructure master

Owner of the infrastructure FSMO role.

Operations master consistent

Indicates if all the domain controllers report the same operation masters.

Functional level consistent

Indicates if all the domain controllers report the same functional level.

Viewing topology

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Click NOC View | Topology.
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In the Displayed diagram list, select the diagram to display.
TIP: Click Auto Rotate Layout to automatically switch between the domain and site diagrams.
NOTE: If Display alert list is selected for the profile, the alert list displays at the bottom of the screen. The alert list is refreshed at the rate set for the profile. See Adding a new profile.
NOTE: If Display nodes status is selected for the profile, the alert severity is indicated by color in the node diagram. See Adding a new profile.

Print

Print the topology diagram.

Zoom to Fit

Zoom the diagram to fit the screen vertically. If the diagram fits the screen vertically, zooms the diagram to fit the screen horizontally.

Save Layout

Save the layout for the selected forest topology diagram. See Customizing the topology layout.

Change Diagrams

Create a new diagram, and edit or delete a selected topology diagram. See Managing diagrams.

Edit Layout

Edit the layout for the selected forest topology diagram. See Customizing the topology layout.

Auto Rotate Layout

Rotate among diagrams according to the specified rotate rate. See Adding a new profile.

Info

View details about the selected domain controller. Details include general information about the domain controller, operating system details, memory size and available space, disk size and available space, network adapters, and alerts.

NOTE: Info is enabled only if Auto Rotate Layout is not selected.

Help

Displays keyboard shortcuts available on desktop computers.

Use Ctrl + to Zoom in
Use Ctrl - to Zoom out
Use Ctrl and the mouse wheel to zoom the diagram in and out
Use Shift and the mouse wheel to move the diagram around

Viewing active alerts

Directory Analyzer alerts have two levels of severity: warning and critical. As a situation escalates, a warning alert is generated, indicating that a lower priority threshold has been violated. As the severity of the error increases, a critical alert is generated, indicating that the higher priority threshold has been exceeded. A number of attributes can be customized for each of these levels, including the threshold value, duration before an alert occurs and duration before an alert clears. See the Active Directory Health chapter in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

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Click NOC View | Active Alerts.
The Active Alerts page displays a tally of the Active Alerts and their severity at the top of the page.
To view details of the alert that is currently displayed, click View Details. Use the tabs to view information about the alert.

General

Displays much of the same information that you see in the alert summary. The list of Observed Values shows the number of times the alert was triggered.

Details

Provides more information to help you troubleshoot the problem.

Notifications

Displays the notifications sent for the alert

Remediation Actions

Displays a list of actions that executed when an alert reached its critical threshold. See Managing the Remediation Library in the in the Active Administrator User Guide.

Viewing domain controllers

The Domain Controllers tab displays information about the domain controllers on which the Directory Analyzer agent is installed. See Installing Directory Analyzer agents in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

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Click NOC View | Domain Controllers.

Domain

Name of the domain in which the domain controller resides

Site

Name of the site in which the domain controller resides

Forest

Name of the forest in which the domain resides

OS version

Version of the operating system

System up time

Duration of time the domain controller has been running

Read only DC

Indicates if the domain controller is a read-only domain controller (RODC)

Global catalog

Indicates if the domain controller is a global catalog server

Monitored by

Name of the computer with the agent that is monitoring the selected domain controller

Available RIDs

Number of available relative IDs (RIDs) in the domain

SysVol Shared

Indicates if the SysVol folder is shared

NetLogon Shared

Indicates if the NetLogon share is enabled

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