Monitoring printers with NetCrunch

Did you know that aside from monitoring networks and network infrastructure, NetCrunch is capable of SNMP monitoring on a granular level, such as monitoring printers and even their ink level? In order to save you time and the hassle, you can set up NetCrunch to automatically check up on all your office printers, and alert […]

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Top Charts view in NetCrunch 9.2

Top Charts view is a feature of NetCrunch 9.2 NMS which is designed to allow the network admin to quickly see the outliers in their network: their best and worst performing machines. This view is highly customizable and can display lists of top nodes according to the performance metrics of your choice: CPU load, memory […]

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Monitoring packs in NetCrunch 9.2

Monitoring packs is a unique feature to NetCrunch network monitoring suite. Essentially, these are sets of rules┬áthat define what event condition should be checked for and which performance data should be collected. For example, if you have a switch or a router and would like to quickly set up monitoring without getting into too much […]

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Two-way service desk ticket integrations

In some cases, if a company has a service desk already rolled out, a network administrator might not want to be alerted by text messages, emails or popups. Instead, if the company is operating in Slack, for example, it would be much easier if the network admin was alerted via service desk of their choice. […]

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Text Parsing Expressions

Are you still working with a massive load of log files? The good news is that NetCrunch can do that for you. The Text Parsing Expressions feature can parse any text file or log file of your choice (such as Windows Event Log) and notify you in case an event shows up in the log. […]

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