There doesnt appear to be any powershell suport. I see support for scripts like VBS via batch files, but direct support of powershell would be perfect. Even indirect support via a batch file calling a powershell script would also work.
I have tested this out using a batch file calling a powershell script and the service test just reads Testing… please wait.
Powershell is so much easier to script and would make custom monitors so much easier for windows servers, especiall custom WMI scripts.
These articles outline how to create and integrate custom monitors in up.time:http://support.uptimesoftware.com/article.php?id=66http://support.uptimesoftware.com/article.php?id=67http://support.uptimesoftware.com/article.php?id=68
Are you creating a Custom, Custom with Retained Data, or a Plugin monitor? Values will be passed to the Custom and Custom with Retained Data monitors as arguments (ie. %1) but environment variables are used for a Plugin monitor.
We will test your script internally and respond shortly with further integration suggestions.
Plugin monitor. We have done numerous with VBScript, we are trying to use Powershell now. I even tried just creating a simple custom one and calling the batch file which will return static values and it still did the same thing
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