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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 alert history

Once an alert is cleared, it no longer appears on the Active Alerts tab. If you want to examine the progress of the alert, check the Alert History tab. You can see the most recent alert activity, and filter the list to closely examine specific alerts.

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Alerts History tab.
By default, the Alert History displays alerts from the Live Active Administrator database. To view alerts from the Active Administrator® archive database, choose the source of the Alert History.
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In grid view, click View Details to view details about a selected alert. In table view, double-click an alert to view details about the alert.
The General tab displays much of the same information that you see in grid view. The list of Observed Values shows the number of times the alert was triggered.
The Observed Values tab displays the time the alert was triggered, the observed value, and the severity of the alert.
The Details tab provides more information to help you troubleshoot the problem.
The Notifications tab displays the notifications sent for the alert.
Table 1.  

Refresh

Manually refresh the alert history list.

Filter

Filter the list of alert history. By default, the Alert History is filtered by date range for the current day. See Filtering alert history.

NOTE: You also can filter the list of alert history by typing in the Filter alerts box. The list of alerts changes as you type.

Report

Generate an alert history report.

Source

By default, the Alert History displays alerts from the live Active Administrator® database. To view alerts from the Active Administrator archive database, choose an archived database.

Refresh the sources of the alert history.

Sorts the alert names in ascending alphabetical order while in grid view.

Sorts the alert names in descending alphabetical order while in grid view.

Display the alert history in grid view.

Display the alert history in table view.

Filtering alert history

You can display all alerts or filter the list to display only those alerts for a specific date, date range, domain, or domain controller. You also can filter the list for specific alerts and by severity.

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Alerts History tab.
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Click Filter.
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To filter the list of alerts, select Filter by Alerts. Use Select All and Clear All to help you select the alerts to display in the Alert History area.
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To filter the list by severity, select Filter by Severity, and choose the levels of alerts to display in the Alert History pane.
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Click OK. A banner displays the filters that are in effect for the Alert History area.

Generating an alert history report

You can generate a report of the alert history for specified dates and selected alerts.

NOTE: You also can access this report from Report | Active Directory Health | Health Alerts. See Active Directory Health reports.
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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Alerts History tab.
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Click Report.
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By default all alerts are included. To filter the report, select Filter by Alerts, and select only those alerts to include in the report. Use Clear All or Select All to help you make the selection.
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To filter the list by severity, select Filter by severity, and choose the levels of alerts to display in the Alert History pane.
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Click Run.
The Reports tab displays the report based on the parameters you entered.
The report remains open in the Reports tab until you run another report of this type. To redisplay the report with fresh data, click Refresh.
To return to the Alert History tab, click Directory Health.

Muting alerts

If you know about an upcoming maintenance to the system or some other event that may cause a lot of unnecessary alerts, you can mute the collection of alerts. During the mute period, no alerts are collected into the Active Administrator® database and no alert notifications are sent.

A banner displays on every analyzer page to indicate what object is muted, the time it was muted, and by whom it was muted. If more than one object is muted, only the number of muted objects displays. The banner updates every 15 seconds. The mute automatically clears after 1 hour.

You can mute all alerts or just alerts for a specific forest, domain, domain controller, or site. The Mute option displays on each window in the Directory Analyzer. If you are viewing health for a specific object, the Mute option will mute the alerts for that object. For example, if you are viewing a specific site and you click Mute, only the site alerts for that site are muted. If you wanted to mute all the alerts for a site, you could mute all or mute the forest and include domain controllers and sites. Table 2 shows how alerts are muted to help you select the appropriate mute type.

Table 2. Muting alerts

All

Muted

Muted

Muted

Muted

Forest

Muted

Alerts sent

Alerts sent

Alerts sent

Forest + domain controllers + sites

Muted

Muted

Muted

Muted

Domain

Alerts sent

Muted

Alerts sent

Alerts sent

Domain + domain controllers

Alerts sent

Muted

Muted

Alerts sent

Domain controller

Alerts sent

Alerts sent

Muted

Alerts sent

Site

Alerts sent

Alerts sent

Alerts sent

Muted

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Analyzer tab.
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Select an object. See Table 2 to see what alerts are muted for each object.
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Click Mute.
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Click Yes to confirm the mute.
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