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= Adding Event Monitors
= How to Send Notifications
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= Viewing Reports
= Advanced Topics

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Tembria Server Monitor - Adding Event Monitors
Step-by-Step
1. Right click on "Event Monitors" in the tree.
2. Select "Add Event Monitor".
3. In the list that appears, select the type of event monitor add.
4. In the list that appears, select the type of event monitor add.
Adding Event Monitors
Now that you've added your network devices to Tembria Server Monitor, it's time to start monitoring them. Right-click on a folder in the Event Monitors section of the tree and choose the item that reads "Add Event Monitor".
We have over 45 different types of event monitors covering everything from ping response time checks to running queries against databases and verifying response time.
Scheduling
You have complete control over event monitor scheduling all the way down to one second granularity. Using the advanced scheduling options, event monitors can be set to run only on certain days or at certain times of the day.