A while back, I wrote a series of articles on using PowerShell to create a decent monitoring system . It’s nothing fancy, but it gets the job done and costs nothing but time and effort to implement. If your needs continue to grow you’ll be left with two choices: continue to pound out code to expand […]
We’re going to make another series of scripts that call our scanning tools with the lists we’ve made as input parameters and the folders we’ve made as output paths. Then, we’ll schedule our calling scripts as automated tasks that run every few minutes and wallah, a full system monitoring tool is born.
You try to watch the emails and texts but they vomit so much useless data all over your inbox that it is hard to make sence of it. Important notifications end up lost in the noise.