You can assign an automated response to perform an action based
on criteria specified in a rule, such as an event, an alert, a
performance sample, or a performance threshold.
To assign a response to a rule that is already created
- In the Navigation pane, click
- In the Detail pane, click
- In the Navigation pane, expand
- Navigate to the rule group that you want to associate with a
- Navigate to the rule to which you want to specify a
- In the Navigation pane, right-click the rule name, and click
- Click the
Responsestab. The types of responses are as
Execute a command or batch file
- Executes command lines using the shell command processor,
“cmd.exe”. This response type supports agentless monitoring.
Send a notification to a Notification Group
- Sends notification messages to the specified notification
groups. Depending on the settings of the operators in a given
notification group, you can send an e-mail, page an operator, or
run a batch command that triggers a non-Microsoft notification
mechanism.This notification response executes only on the
- Executes an Active Scripting script. The scripts can create any
MOM data type and send it to the engine through the exposed Script
Object Model. The script responses always run "out-of-process" in
the host process to increase reliability of the engine.
Managed Code Response
- Executes any method in a given managed code assembly that
conforms to some signature requirements. Similar to script
responses, managed code assemblies optionally can interact with MOM
through a context object. Managed code responses are always
executed in a host process to improve reliability of the MOM
Send an SNMP trap
- Sends alert information as an SNMP message.
Update state variable
- Updates a state variable that can be accessed through a managed
code response or a script response.
File Transfer Response
- Downloads or uploads files from or to a Web server by using the
Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS).