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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 notifications

You can view alert notifications in two formats: grid view or table view. Grid view provides several details in a quick view. Table view lets you see several notifications at a time. Notifications display in grid view by default.

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Click Notifications.
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Refresh

Manually refresh the notifications.

Add notification

Create a new notification. See Creating alert notifications.

Limiter

Limit the number of notifications sent within a specified time period. See Limiting notifications.

Filter notifications

Filter the list of notifications. Start typing in the box. The list of alerts changes as you type.

In grid view, sort the notifications in ascending order.

In grid view, sort the notifications in descending order.

Switch to grid view.

Switch to table view.

To sort the notifications in table view, click the column heading.

Edit

Edit a notification. See Creating alert notifications.

Disable

Disable a notification.

You also can disable/enable a notification in the create notification wizard. See Creating alert notifications.

Enable

Enable the notification.

Delete

Delete a notification.

Creating alert notifications

Select at least one Active Directory® object (forest, domain, domain controller, or site).
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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Click Notifications.
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Click Add Notification.
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Click Next.
To filter the list of alerts, start typing in the Filter Alerts box. The list filters as you type.
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Click Next.
To filter the list, start typing in the Filter by forest name box. The list filters as you type.

If you select a forest, you must select at least one forest alert. If you receive a warning, go back and select a forest alert.

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Click Next.
To filter the list, start typing in the Filter by domain name box. The list filters as you type.

If you select a domain, you must select at least one domain alert. If you receive a warning, go back and select a domain alert.

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Click Next.
To filter the list, start typing in the Filter by domain controller name box. The list filters as you type. You also can click the header to sort the list in ascending or descending order.
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Click Next.
To filter the list, start typing in the Filter by site name box. The list filters as you type.

If you select a site, you must select at least one site alert. If you receive a warning, go back and select a site alert.

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Click Next.
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Click Next.

Pushing alerts to System Center Operations Manager

If you have a license for the Active Directory Health module and are using Microsoft® System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), you can choose to deploy the Quest® Active Administrator® management pack, which establishes a connection to SCOM and enables Active Directory Health alerts from the Directory Analyzer agent to appear in the Operations Manager Monitoring pane under the Quest Active Administrator folder.

NOTE: The System Center Operations Manager Alert Notification is added automatically when the Quest Active Administrator management pack is deployed to the specified SCOM management server. If you do not see this notification, you need to deploy the Quest® Active Administrator® management pack. See Configuring SCOM integration in the Active Administrator User Guide.
To edit the System Center Operations Manager Alert Notification
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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Click Notifications.
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Locate the System Center Operations Manager Alert Notification.
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Click Edit.
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Click Next.

Limiting notifications

To prevent being overwhelmed with notifications, you set up the notification limiter to govern the number of notifications sent within a specified time period. For example, you set the notification limit to 100 notifications within 20 minutes with a 10 minute reset time, which is the default. Once 100 notifications are sent within the 20 minute time period, notifications are suspended for 10 minutes, which is the reset time.

The Notification Limiter dialog indicates if notifications are being sent or suspended and the countdown for the reset. Once the Current Count reaches the limit, the Reset Duration starts to increment. The Missed Notification indicates the number of notifications that were not sent. Click Refresh to renew the display information.Once the Reset Duration reaches the limit, all counts return to zero. You can manually reset the counter when notifications are suspended by clicking Reset.

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Click Notifications.
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Click Limiter.
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