You can create a scripted notification for administrators to
provide an alternative method to e-mail notification and ensure
that a notification is produced when problems prevent an e-mail
message from being delivered. When a server or connector enters a
warning state or a critical state, the specified script is located
and runs. The server and connector states are set on the
Monitoring tab of a server or connector. You can also add
command line options that are used when running the script.
Right-click the Notification folder, point to
New, and then click Script notification.
To specify which server performs the monitoring and produces
the notification, click Select, and then select a
To choose the server or connector about which you want to be
notified, in Servers and connectors to monitor select the
appropriate servers and connectors. To create a customized list of
servers or connectors, in Servers and connectors to monitor
select Custom list of servers or Custom list of
connectors, and then click Customize. In the Custom
List window, click Add, and then select a server or
In Notify when monitored items are in, select the state
to match the monitoring threshold
on the server or connector. If you set monitoring thresholds
for both a warning state and a critical state, select Warning
state or Critical state.
In Path to executable, type the directory path, starting
with the drive letter and ending with the executable name.
If you need to specify how the script is run, in Command
line options, type any flags or MS-DOS options to be used when
the script runs.