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Tembria Server Monitor - Version History|
Version 6.4.1 - July 2nd 2012
- Fixed a problem that prevented e-mail notification actions from being added or removed.
- Fixed a problem that where validation of notification settings closed the notification window too soon.
- Fixed a problem that caused tags to be grouped together when using the tag chooser.
- Fixed an issue that would cause the windows service event monitor to report no services found when it could not connect to the device.
- Fixed several problems that prevented notification profiles from being edited.
- Fixed a problem that caused a lock up when importing a import file that contained event history records.
- Fixed a problem with selecting the notification option to start/stop/restart services.
- Fixed many user interface issues that were specific to IE7 and IE8.
Version 6.4.0 - June 7th 2012
- Updated the presentation of all dialog boxes and windows
- The Performance Counter event monitor now reports floating point values and instead of rounding all values to the nearest decimal and also supports floating point comparisons (e.g greater than 2.75).
- Improved the safety of data configuration saves and updated data management to improve back up retention of config files.
- Added config.ini option to set the ping timeout on the "Don't notify if pings to X" notification settings.
- Reformatted the window for specifying outgoing mail servers.
- Fixed an issue that prevent configuration imports from working as expected..
- Added a new option to the Rogue Machine event monitor to warn about new rogues detected since the last run.
- Added the ability to use the '*' wildcard character when specifying devices to ignore in the rogue machine event monitor.
- After a connection error, the SQL export will attempt to connect to SQL server in 1 minute intervals until a successful connection is made. All events and graph data collected in that period will be not be exported
- Fixed a problem where editing an HTML notification template could cause it to be sent out as plain text.
- Added an option to pass scripting event monitor credentials the script being executed via %%username%% and %%password%% tokens
- Fixed a problem in the Drive Space event monitor that affected the option to warn on available space changes.
- Added option to exclude the successful event text from an error notifications.
- Fixed an issue that would cause the PDF report builder to report "Could not launch the process" when building PDFs with large datasets.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent icons and graphs from being displayed in PDF reports.
- Added option to limit the number of lines returned in the result of the SSH command event monitor
- Added options to the Process event monitor and Linux/SSH Process event monitor to not warn if process checks for CPU or memory don't find the specified process.
- Added options to the Process event monitor and Linux/SSH Process event monitor to not warn only if more than X instances of a process are found.
Version 6.3.3 - April 23rd 2012
- Fixed an issue where the state change notifications wouldn't work properly for scripting event monitors.
- Fixed a problem with selecting "less than" comparisons in the Sensatronics event monitor.
- Fixed a problem where the System Health event monitor could report on hidden recovery partitions installed by newer versions of Windows.
- Added several methods to the Tembria API
- The directory and drive space event monitors now have options to warn specifically on increases or decreases in space since the last check.
Version 6.3.2 - March 20th 2012
- Fixed a problem with the selection of protocols in the System Health event monitor.
- Added a new option to the Windows Service event monitor to not warn if selected services are not found.
Version 6.3.1 - March 14th 2012
- Fixed an issue where on a failover servers, the web interface could slow down that server has taken over for the primary server.
- Fixed a problem that could cause graphs to load slowly when there are multiple graphs on a dashboard or other graphs page.
- Fixed a problem that showed a server 500 error when viewing devices and event monitors when running the user interface on IIS.
- Multi-Site: Fixed a problem where the Tools option to download the remote node setup did not work.
Version 6.3.0 - March 6th 2012
- Scripting event monitors now show the data they most recently collected using the Last Status tab.
- Fixed an issue where the device finder and remote device finder wouldn't find devices via SNMP.
- Fixed a problem where the notification option to write to a log file was not correctly inserting new line characters.
- Fixed an issue where two or more state change notifications on the same event monitor wouldn't work.
- Added new options to pause items for a specified amount time or until specified date/time.
- Added new option to deliver reports as PDF files.
- Fixed an issue that would cause "\" to become "\\" in the key name of registry event monitor settings.
- Added the option to choose the "last x hours" and "last x days" as the date range in the reports.
- Fixed a problem that could cause the service to crash after upgrading from an older version.
- Added an option to only check drives smaller than X to the Drive Space event monitor
- Fixed a problem in the Windows Update event monitor that could cause it to fail to retrieve updates.
- Fixed a problem that could cause blank notification options to appear and later result in a service failure.
- Added the option to mark events as viewed to the taskbar notifier.
- Added the option to view recent events in the taskbar notifier.
- Added new scripting tags to the scripting event monitors: %%deviceusername%% and %%devicepassword%% to get the device's credentials.
- Added a new Linux/SSH file event monitor.
- Added support for FreeBSD and CentOS in event monitors and device status tabs.
- Added support for FreeBSD, CentOS, Ubuntu and OS X in the system health event monitor
- Added a new added Linux/SSH Bandwidth event monitor.
- Fixed a problem where the event history size displayed in the event history settings page did not match the actual default value.
- Fixed a bug which prevented the mouse over highlighting from working on the event monitor last status table
- The last status tab for event monitors now displays much more quickly, especially for very large tables.
- Added method to clone an event monitor to the API
- Added methods to manage the device list of an event monitor to the API
Version 6.2.3 - January 13th 2012
- Added a new Hyper-V event monitor
- Added an option to the VMware event monitors to ignore specified VMs.
- Fixed a problem where the VMware event monitors could warn about guest options when they were not selected.
- Added a new event monitor for Hyper-V to monitor the status of virtual machines and warn on state changes.
- Added a new event monitor for MySQL.
- Fixed an issue that would cause a false error message to appear while deleting a notification profile.
- Fixed a problem with the device list dashboard element where the options to select the devices to include/exclude did not work if devices had display names assigned to them.
- Fixed a problem that could cause the SQL Server event monitor to return "Unspecified Error" for some combinations of settings.
- Fixed a problem where if configuration changes were made and then followed immediately by a reboot of the system, the most recent changes might not have been preserved.
- Fixed a rare problem that could cause the monitoring service to fail to start after upgrading from a previous version.
Version 6.2.2 - November 16th 2011
- Fixed a problem where the notification option to write events to the Windows event log was using the wrong source name.
- Fixed a problem that affected the display of light panel dashboards on Chrome and Firefox.
- The default date format now uses dashes as a separator and a new option was added in the General settings to select either dashes or slashes.
- Fixed an issue that would prevent the user from disabling the "Warn if the database cannot be contacted" option in the SQL, ODBC and ORACLE event monitors.
- Fixed a problem that prevented the Windows Event Log event monitor from being able to read events in the extended event logs introduced in Windows Server 2008.
- Extended the size of the text box for specifying other event logs.
- Fixed a problem where the SQL Server event monitor option to show all database sizes would not work if the option to warn about database sizes was not also selected.
- Fixed a user interface problem that affected navigating into subfolders using the right list folder list.
- Improved the formatting of settings page for HTTP event monitors.
- Fixed a problem that could cause extra lines to be added to notification templates when edited and saved. The extra lines could subsequently prevent HTML notifications from being formatted properly on delivery.
- Fixed a problem where the options for doing numeric checks in the SSH/Linux Command Event Monitor did not work unless both options were selected.
Version 6.2.1 - October 25th 2011
- A few more performance boosts that didn't make it into v6.2 have been included in this release.
- Fixed a problem that affected the display for lightpanel dashboards when viewed using Firefox and Chrome.
- Fixed a problem caused by a bad MIB file that affected SNMP monitoring in v6.2.0.
- Cloning an event monitor now brings you to the settings page for the new clone.
- The failover feature now requires that the login account used for failover have the "Adminstrator" role.
- Improved the layout on the event history archive page
- Fixed an issue which would cause the wrong events to be deleted when deleting them individually.
Version 6.2.0 - October 13th 2011
- Implemented big improvements in the time required for service startup, shutdown and periodic saves
- Added an SNMP MIB file for standard UPS's and other power-related units
- Added a new event history archive which collects older events and allows them to be searched using new parameters
- Clicking on an event now expands it without refreshing the page leading to better user interface performance
- You can now use the device spreadsheet view to set device display names, pause devices, edit tags, and more.
- Updated many internal aspects of the SNMP Trap event monitor, improving performance and adding new features
- Added a new option to clone notification profiles
- Added option to choose the number of windows event logs records that are captured during a device update
- Auto-Exports are now hidden by default. A new checkbox has been added to show them
- Reformatted the notification settings dialog box to make it easier to use
- Replaced the Max-X failures in a row options with a single option allowing you to select the number of failures
- The system health dashboard now loads much more quickly, especially for larger monitoring configurations.
- Added option to mirror events and collected graph data to a SQL Server database
- Added a new option to the drive space event monitor to not warn if a drive was explicitly selected for monitoring but was not found on the remote system
- Added a new option to the drive space event monitor to ignore drives that are smaller than a specified size
- You can now roll the mouse over data points on graphs to see the timestamp and value for the data point.
- The service chooser now includes the option to specify the type of credentials being used (domain vs. local admin)
- When a login session times out the user is now redirected to the login page right away instead of waiting until there is user interaction
- Updated the failover monitoring option and improved performance
- Fixed a problem that could lead to inaccurated unviewed event counts
- Fixed a problem that could result in duplicate ids for event history items
- Fixed a problem where applying custom date ranges could cause the time period to change by one hour if one of the dates was outside of daylight savings time
- Add new options for timeouts and retries to the TCP Port event monitor
- Fixed a problem that could cause slow monitoring times for systems where the performance counter subsystem is corrupted
- Fixed a problem where the SNMP Bandwidth event monitor did not recognize hdlc interfaces as physical interfaces
- Fixed a problem that affected clearing the administration history
- Fixed an issue that could convert the device's display name on an event log entry to a number when saving to disk.
- Fixed a problem where the option in the HTTP event monitor to check pages for specified content showed incorrect text if double-quotes and certain other characters where included in the text
- Fixed a problem where some fields in the spreadsheet views might not display correctly if they had backslashes in their values
- Fixed a problem where it was possible to delete notification profiles that were in use by event monitors
- Fixed a problem where the default VMware port on the device properties ESX/ESXi servers was incorrect.
- Fixed a problem where on Firefox and Chrome a dashboard with multiple light panel elements would only show the first light panel element correctly
- Fixed a problem where images in the diagram editor preview window could overflow the right side border
- In network diagrams, fixed a problem with selecting anchor points and lines when some elements were behind others in the display order
- In network diagrams, newly-added diagram elements now appear near the cursor position instead of at a previously fixed location
- Fixed a problem where the tag chooser in the event monitor settings did not work properly.
- Fixed an issue that caused the SQL export option in the Windows Event Log event monitor to fail when using Windows authentication on the SQL server
- Fixed an issue that could cause the SQL export option in the Windows Event Log event monitor to fail if an entry with no message text was exported
- Multi-Site: Fixed a problem where incorrect update times might be displayed if remote nodes and the master console were in different time zones.
- Multi-Site: Added an option in the Tools section of the master console to download the remote node setup program
Version 6.1.2 - July 12th 2011
- Fixed a problem where the taskbar notifier was unable to contact the main installation if it had login security enabled.
- Fixed a problem that could cause formatting issues in e-mail notifications when viewed with some e-mail clients.
- Fixed a problem with selecting device groups in network diagram dashboards.
- Fixed a problem where clicking in network diagrams on devices that have display names would link to an incorrect page.
- Fixed a problem on network diagrams where devices in an error state appeared with yellow markers instead of red markers.
- Fixed a problem where some fields in the spreadsheet views might not display correctly if they had backslashes in their values.
- Fixed a problem where custom images in network diagrams would fail to display if they had spaces in their names.
- Fixed a problem that could prevent the device failure event monitor from successfully executing under certain circumstances.
- The configuration utility now forces a UAC prompt when running on systems where User Account Control is active.
- Fixed a problem with resizing dashboard elements if they overlapped network diagram elements.
- Fixed a problem where the Directory event monitor could fail if it encountered a file with an invalid or blank date.
- Fixed a problem with sorting device names in the tree when they had mixed case.
- Fixed a problem that could affect with the display titles in the light panel dashboard when viewed using Firefox or Chrome.
- Removed a debug alert that appeared when adding sites to multi-site dashboards.
- Fixed a problem where incoming SNMP traps could be ignored after a trap with invalid parameters had been received.
- Added a config.ini option to specify a service center address for use when sending SMS notifications.
- Fixed a problem in the configuration utility where the shortcuts that it creates may have an incorrect port number if the monitoring service was slow to start.
Version 6.1.1 - June 14th 2011
- Added the ability to use wildcard characters when specifying Windows service Names in the Windows Service Event Monitor
- Added an option in the Logon Security Event Monitor to ignore events related to "additional pre-authentication".
- External program notifications now accept tokens like %%devicename%% in the command line parameter.
- The scripting event monitors can now select a list of devices. The script will run once for each device and replace tokens within the script using the current device. ##device## for the device name, ##group## for the group name and ##displayname## for the device's displayname.
- The VMware event monitor now records data points for data store sizes.
- Significantly improved the performance of the VMware event monitors when running on 64-bit versions of Windows.
- Fixed a problem that could prevent the configuration utility from registering token expander for use when running through IIS.
- Fixed a problem with the VMware event monitor option to check data store sizes.
- Fixed several issues with the tag chooser dialog for devices and event monitors.
- Fixed a problem where editing notification templates in the user interface could cause HTML email notifications to be incorrectly formatted when they are delivered.
- When the configuration utility can't access the service manager it now shows a message telling the user to check if UAC is enabled and re-run with the "Run as Adminstrator" option.
- Fixed a problem where the tool bar option to connect using Remote Desktop did not work when the web interface is running on IIS.
- Fixed a problem where if administrator deleted their own account in the Login and Security settings, the web browser could end up in a infinite redirect loop.
- Fixed a problem in the dashboard element for device lists where filters based on group names might produce no results even when there were one or more matches.
- Fixed a problem where if you added devices and specified direct credentials with a backslash in the user name, the backslash would be lost the next time you add more devices.
- Fixed a problem that affected the display of light panel dashboard elements when the option to show them using flat colors was selected.
- Fixed a problem that affected the display of light panel dashboard elements when the option to show them using flat colors was selected.
- Fixed a problem where the Select All and Select None buttons on the event monitor chooser did not work when using Firefox.
- Fixed a layout issue in the header area when adding new event monitors.
Version 6.1.0 - May 25th 2011
- A new data storage option to use a SQL Server database as the primary data store, delivering improvements in scalability and performance.
- New ability to assign default credentials to devices and set your event monitors to use those credentials for authentication.
- A new setup program and post-setup configuration tool.
- Redesigned the login security page to allow mixed authentication types.
- New login security role to allow users to view all settings and mark events as viewed but not modify the monitoring configuration.
- New ability in network diagrams to connect lines to objects and new ability to add anchor points to connect multiple lines.
- Improved performance and reduced bandwidth for all checks that use performance counters .
- Improved performance of failover monitoring especially when merging data back to a primary node that has come back online.
- New toolbar icon for network devices allows you to connect to a device using Remote Desktop with just one click.
- Fixed a problem where graph labels showed device names instead of display names.
- Graphs are now displayed more quickly in configurations that have many devices and event monitors.
- New "Services" tab for devices lists all services on the device with their status and allows you to stop/start/restart them.
- New "Processes" tab for devices lists all processes on the device with their CPU, memory usage and PID, and includes option to terminate selected processes.
- New "Event Logs" tab provides access to recent event log records on devices.
- New "Virtual Machines" tab lists all the VMware or Hyper-V VMs on a device and lets you pause, reset, shutdown and start them.
- Updated the Logon Security event monitor to support both local security event logs and domain security event logs on Windows Server 2008.
- Updated the SQL Server event monitor adding new options to monitor database sizes.
- Added an option to the Active Directory event monitor to ignore specified accounts in the checked for locked out and disabled accounts.
- The Exchange Performance event monitor now includes support for Exchange 2010.
- Improved the presentation of found devices in the Device Finder and fixed several issues related to finding devices in Active Directory.
- Graphs for CPU usage and other percentages now always use a scale of zero to 100% instead to the maximum value.
- Added new tag choosers for devices and event monitors making it easier to re-use existing tags.
- Updated templates of all reports to better use the available space.
- Graphs in the bandwidth reports are now line graphs with separate lines for total/incoming/outgoing.
- Fixed a problem with the event monitor option to "try again right away" on failure which could cause the event monitor to record incorrect event monitor status values.
- Network diagram dashboards are now fully supported in Chrome, IE9 and Firefox
- The light panel dashboard element now shows rotated text for Firefox and Chrome as well as IE.
- Fixed a problem that caused excessive whitespace in the light panel title when viewed with IE9.
- Added new options in the SNMP Bandwidth event monitor to warn based on low bandwidth rates.
- Added new option in the SNMP Bandwidth event monitor to watch total switch bandwidth rates.
- Fixed display issues with tables in IE9 in a number of places.
- Fixed a problem with the way tabs were displayed in Firefox 4.
- Improved the display of the event list dashboard elements./li>
- The SSH File System event monitor is now compatible with systems running AIX.
- Fixed a problem that prevented successful upgrades from versions prior to v5.5.
- The "Manager" login security role can now be made specific to selected sites.
- Fixed a problem where renaming or moving site groups could cause the site group to no longer appear in site lists.
- Moved the filters on event lists to the top of the event list.
- The actions menu on event lists is now always displayed and also includes the toolbar options.
- The event history and administration history top-level nodes now show red when there are unviewed error events.
- Fixed a problem where the notification actions dialog could allow the selection of an invalid type which could later cause the monitoring service to exit when the affected event monitor runs.
- Fixed an incorrect error message that appeared when the Drive Space event monitor was set to monitor a drive that did not exist.
- Implemented performance improvements for VMware monitoring.
- Fixed a problem where the SNMP Process event monitor generated graph data points with the wrong data type.
- Fixed a problem that caused the VMware event monitor to not report on the warn if less than xx% percent free space available on any datastore
- Fixed a problem that would cause the windows event log event monitor to not export to SQL when the show matching records option was turned off.
- The Tools section of the tree now provides access to the setup program fo the taskbar notifier utility.
- Fixed an issue that show an error page when clicking on an empty list under the device processes, services, windows event logs and virtual machines tabs.
Version 6.0.7 - April 7th 2011
- Fixed a problem with running script notifications that caused subsequent issues with event monitoring actions.
- Fixed a problem with the event monitor option to "try again right away" on failure which could cause the event monitor to record incorrect event monitor status values.
- Fixed a problem that prevented certain international characters from being used in folder names, device names and other locations.
- Fixed a problem where new line characters and some other characters appeared encoded in notifications when the %%devicenotes%% tag and some other tags were used in notification templates.
Version 6.0.6 - March 15th 2011
- Fixed a problem where graphs for some values might not appear in the event monitor graphs section if the graph name had certain characters in it.
- Fixed a problem, introduced in v6.0.5, that prevented the SQL Server event monitor from correctly authenticating.
- Improved the presentation of found devices in the Device Finder and fixed several issues related to finding devices in Active Directory.
- Fixed a problem that prevented the print-friendly version of event monitor graphs from being displayed properly.
- Fixed a problem that prevented some dashboard graphs from being displayed if they had certain reserved characters in their data names.
- Fixed an issue where the device name was being used instead of the display name for a device in some reports
- Fixed a problem where renaming a top-level device or event monitor group showed an incorrect warning message.
- Fixed a problem introduced in v6.0.5 that prevented new scripting notification actions from being added.
- Fixed a problem where reports scheduled to run on a monthly basis may not run on the selected day.
- Fixed a problem where devices that had not been monitoring during a summary report's time period would appear at the top of the device list.
Version 6.0.5 - February 14th 2011
- When devices are assigned display names, reports now automatically recognize the change and use the new name.
- Fixed a problem where reports based on devices with display names assigned could show incorrect values.
- Fixed a problem where the login screen for evalution versions would send users to the customer portal when an upgrade was available.
- Fixed a problem where the System Uptime event monitor could warn about failures to connect even if that option was turned off in the settings.
- Fixed a problem that prevents certain types of performance counters from being read properly.
- In previous releases passwords were hidden/obfuscated in the configuration files. As of this release passwords are now protected using the AES encryption algorithm. Our thanks go out to Solutionary, who identified this issue and helped us to correct it.
- Fixed a number of places in the user interface that could make the system vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks. Our thanks go out to Solutionary, who identified this issue and helped us to correct it.
- Fixed a problem where some report graphs could not be viewed when accessing the user interface through IIS
- Fixed a problem with performance counter checking that could cause the system health event monitor and some others to periodically fail to retrieve data.
Version 6.0.4 - January 21st 2011
- Fixed a problem where the light panel dashboard did not display correctly in full-screen mode.
- Fixed a problem where viewing events on IE6 could cause the web browser to lock up.
- Improved the display of events with long strings of text.
Version 6.0.3 - December 22nd 2010
- Fixed a problem where the system health dashboard did not display properly when viewed in IE7.
- Fixed a problem where graph titles showed the device name instead of the display name.
- Implemented performance improvements for displaying graphs from configurations with many event monitors and devices.
- Fixed a problem that prevented many settings in the Directory event monitor from working as expected.
- Updated help for switching to run through IIS to include extra step for 64-bit versions of Windows.
- Added a new option in the config.ini file to disable warnings that are generated when e-mail notifications can not be delivered.
- Fixed a problem where the "Other drives" option in the Drive Space event monitor could not be enabled in the user interface.
- When voice notifications are calling multiple numbers a longer delay has been added between calls to allow the line to complete reset.
- Network diagrams are now viewable in IE9 platform preview 7 and later.
- Fixed a problem where certain characters includes backslashes and double quotes would cause user interface problems in the notification action to run and external program or write to a log file.
Version 6.0.2 - November 18th 2010
- Fixed a problem where the Directory event monitor might fail if it encountered a file with a very long name.
- Added the option to clone monitors back into the actions menu for monitor lists.
- The administration history now has an actions menu allowing actions to be applied to multiple selected events.
- Fixed a few locations where selecting "No" on a confirmation dialog box would leave the selected toolbar button disabled.
- Implemented a significant monitoring performance improvement for PDH performance counter monitoring, especially for systems with many added counters (e.g. Exchange Servers).
- Fixed a problem where time filters for notification actions where incorrect for dates outside of daylight savings time.
- Fixed a display issue in the time filters for notification actions.
- Scrollbars now appear when an event is selected and its complete text is too wide to fit the display window.
- Fixed a problem where the right-click menu option for event monitor settings did not work when the UI is running through IIS.
Version 6.0.1 - November 4th 2010
- Fixed a problem where scripting event monitors and some other non-device associated event monitors would fail to run.
- Fixed a problem where when an event monitor check times out, an event monitor wrapper process could be left behind.
- Added new option in config.ini file to enable logging of monitoring actions. To enable add [EventMonitoring] section and new entry called EnableLogging=1 and restart the monitoring service.
- Fixed a problem where email addreses specified for notification actions were not properly migrated from v5.6x and earlier.
- Start up time for graph data processing has been greatly reduced.
- Implemented performance improvements to the management of graph data sets, especially for long running installations.
- Fixed a problem where dashboard elements showed scroll bars even if enough space was available for their contents.
Version 6.0.0 - October 21st 2010
Version 5.6.3 - June 4th 2010
- A new dashboard element allows you to draw network diagrams with indicators showing the status of your devices. The built-in editor can be used to show maps with pushpin indicators and you can click on the pushpins to navigate to devices or other dashboards. Also included are tools to help you illustrate server room floor plans and rackmount cabinets so that you can build an accurate and familiar representation of your network resources. We will soon be posting videos showing examples of the types of diagrams you can build. This functionality is currently only available on Firefox 3.6 or later. When Internet Explorer 9 is released later this yearit will support HTML5 allowing it to show diagrams as well. For now see our blog posting about network diagramming for examples of what you can do.
- The notifications section has been redesigned. It now only shows the actions that you have selected so the notifications section takes up less space. You can now apply filters to each notification action which allow you to control which notifications are used during which times of the day and week. You can use the same filters to implement escalation of notifications based on the error count.
- The actions menu has been replaced with toolbar buttons throughout the interface, reducing the number of clicks required for common operations.
- The row of green dropdown arrows that used to appear in device and event lists has been removed. Now when you select items using the checkboxes, a menu appears at the top allowing you to apply actions to multiple selected items.
- A new report engine adds CPU, disk, memory and bandwidth reports.
- Reports can now be e-mailed to one or more recipients after they are built.
- E-mail notification templates can now be managed and editing inside the user interface using a new option in the settings and preferences.
- The SSH File System event monitor now keeps data points for each of the detected file systems.
- The Drive Space event monitors now includes an option to check all drives instead of requiring specific drives to be selected.
- The SNMP Bandwidth event monitor has been optimized to greatly improve performance when monitoring switches with a large number of ports (e.g. 200+ ports).
- Redesigned the SNMP Trap event monitor improving performance, adding new monitoring options, and better MIB support.
- Added new notification option to warn after a single failure but not on subsequent failures.
- Added ability to double-click on items in the performance counter chooser to select them.
- The date range selector for custom graph date ranges now defaults to the current day instead of a date in the past.
- Updated the Sensatronics event monitor to support new models in their product line.
- The graphs and trend data pages now feature a new layout showing multiple graphs and offering more formatting options.
- Added a new IIS Bandwidth event monitor that tracks total bandwidth used by web site hosted on IIS.
- On fresh installs new sample dashboards are included showing how network diagrams can be designed.
- Events are now marked as viewed automatically when they are clicked on. This behavior can be controlled in the event history settings.
- Setup now warns if you try to install an evalaution version over a licensed version.
- Fixed several locations in the interface where date/time values did not respect the selected formats.
- Added new notification filter for holidays and the ability to define the list of holidays in the date/time settings.
- Network diagrams now support icons showing the status of device groups as well as individual devices.
- A new "current status" dashboard element provides a visual representation of device and event monitor status.
- Update the device finder allowing it to better handle situations where reverse DNS look ups provide stale data.
- Removed logging that was accidentally left in the VMware event monitors.
- Reports can now be organized into folder and subfolders just like devices and event monitors.
- Implmented major performance gains for generating graphs and reports on large sets of collected data.
- Redesigned all report and fresh installations now include samples of each report type.
- Service level reports now include five decimals of accuracy in order to better measure high-grade service levels.
- Many report types now implement intelligent y-axis scaling to show values on a scale that better matches their data types.
- Dialog boxes in the user interface now include a X button at the top right to close them.
- Fixed a problem where the eventmonitors.dat file might grow very large when certain event monitors skip device checks because of dependencies.
- Fixed a problem that affected the calculation of the "last month" date range selector when daylight savings time is active.
- Fixed a problem that prevented the removal of multiple items in an event monitor list.
- Fixed a problem where some errors returned by the HTTP event monitor were displayed as error codes instead of full descriptions.
- Fixed a problem where the dashboard editing options were misaligned when editing dashboards using IE6 and IE7.
- Fixed a problem where the shared folders event monitor warned about writable shares even if the option was not selected.
- Fixed a problem where the light panel dashboard element would not display correctly in IE8 unless the option for Compatibility Mode was selected in IE.
- Fixed a problem where Active Directory event monitors might appear in the wrong place in the tree and/or not appear in event monitor lists.
- Fixed a problem where authentication profiles might not be correctly transferred to a secondary node working in fail over mode.
- Fixed a problem in the VMware event monitors where the check for the number of snapshots was off by one.
|-||Fixed a problem that affected reports in the previous version.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the previous version where some characters such as spaces could not be used in notification profile names and other locations.|
Version 5.6.2 - May 31st 2010
|-||Fixed a problem where graphs were not displayed when running the user interface through IIS with login security enabled.|
|-||Added a new option on login page to remember the user name.|
|-||Fixed a problem where if a script event monitor produced an event for a device, but there was a case mismatch in the device name, the device status might not appear on the lightpanel dashboard.|
|-||Fixed a problem where certain characters in distribution list names could cause an error message when applying notification settings.|
|-||Fixed a problem where very large dashboards, especially large light panel dashboards, might not appear in the web interface.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SQL Server event monitor option to warn if more than X records are returned could not be unchecked.|
|-||Fixed a problem where some performance counters might return very large values for values that are in fact close to zero.|
|-||Fixed a problem where invalid device names could be specified in the network devices section for event monitors.|
|-||Fixed a problem where when using Firefox the Oracle and ODBC event monitors would show a message about requiring a SQL statement even if one had been specified.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the monitoring actions that use performance counters could display a message about missing counters when the counters were in fact present.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the taskbar notifier would not launch because it was missing DLL files.|
|-||Fixed problems with using Firefox to enter multiple values in some text boxes in the HTTP Sequence, Rogue Machine and TCP Port event monitors.|
|-||Fixed a few user interface issues that affected the Registry event monitor, especially when using Firefox.|
|-||Instead being based on a fixed size, graph data is now retained for a time period which defaults to two years.|
Version 5.6.1 - April 8th 2010
|-||Fixed a problem in the integrated HTTP event monitor that could result in a remote denial-of-service attack. Our thanks go out to Lincoln from Corelan Team for discovering this issue, bringing it to our attention and helping us to reproduce and fix it.|
|-||Windows 2000 is no longer supported for running Tembria Server Monitor however the monitoring of Windows 2000 systems is fully supported.|
|-||The Performance Counter event monitor now include an option to control the sample interval and an option to enable debugging.|
|-||The size of the installer and installed files is now about 20% smaller due to changes made in the event monitor DLLs are built.|
|-||The Windows Event Log monitor now includes an option to export matching records to SQL Server.|
|-||When upgrading a system running through IIS, setup now detects when IIS has locked some files and offers to restart it during the upgrade.|
|-||Setup now includes an option to control whether or not the existing configuration is backed up before starting an upgrade.|
|-||Fixed a problem that prevented the performance counter browser dialog from returning counter lists.|
|-||Fixed a problem where only the first device and event monitor tag in e-mail templates was being replaced with the associated tag value.|
|-||Fixed a problem that prevented the failover option from synchronizing with the primary server.|
|-||Fixed a problem where invalid session ids could be generated and lead to problems with the login security system.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the failover settings did not properly required that username and password for the primary be entered.|
|-||Added code to prevent a potential resource conflict when accessing the user interface in IIS mode.|
Version 5.6.0 - March 5th 2010
|-||A new performance counter monitoring subsystem makes for increased performance and works around several reported issues.|
|-||The Process Event Monitor can now monitor CPU and memory usage for all instances of a specified process name instead of the just the first one found.|
|-||Added a new SNMP Interface event monitor which warns if the ifOperStatus flag for an interface changes or a specified number of errors per second is exceeded.|
|-||The SNMP Trap event monitor now includes an option to show the full description for all traps that are caught.|
|-||The Process event monitor can now monitor CPU and memory usage for all instances of a specified process name instead of the just the first one found.|
|-||Added an option in the config.ini file to pause all event monitors when the service starts.|
|-||Reformatted default main and system health dashboards to make better use of available space.|
|-||Fixed a problem that could prevent migration of data files to other servers.|
|-||Fixed a problem where a device called 'n/a' could appear in the tree after certain event monitors were run.|
|-||Fixed a problem where on a new installation service level reports might not be built until the first summary reports had been generated.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the System Health event monitor reported a random number when it was unable to retrieve available memory.|
|-||Added a new option to rotate between the dashboard on each dashboard refresh.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the dates and times in e-mail notifications did not respect the selected date-time format.|
|-||Fixed several timing issues that could delay reports from being built.|
|-||Updated the Sensatronics event monitor to retry if it receives an invalid configuration response.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the notification style for event history records was not being respected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where removing a device could cause events for other devices to be removed.|
|-||Fixed a rare problem where logging off from the console would fail if the monitoring service was running.|
|-||Fixed a problem where notification counters for numeric pager notifications were not counted correctly.|
|-||The Exchange Performance event monitor has been updated to prompt for the Exchange version and now provides more counters specific to each supported version.|
|-||The scripting event monitors now have the ability to generate graph data points for the monitoring engine.|
|-||Fixed an ASP error that occurred on the login screen when running through IIS.|
|-||Setup now backups the previous installation before doing an upgrade.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the welcome screen showed an ASP error when running in IIS mode.|
|-||The report data store for event monitors now calculates successes based on the number of devices that failed during and event monitor run instead of the overall success/failure status.|
|-||Fixed a problem where some tables in the user interface incorrectly showed a link when there was no content that needed to be displayed.|
|-||The format of the log files generated by the log file notification type has been modified so as to be more easily imported into SQL Server and other databases.|
|-||A new option has been added to the log file notifications to rotate log files when they exceed a specified size.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the report retentions setting for service level reports did not function correctly.|
Version 5.5.3 - January 20th 2010
|-||The drive space event monitor now includes options to check using file system calls, performance counters, WMI or SNMP.|
|-||You can now reply to Active Notification confirmation messages with additional actions for the monitoring engine to take.|
|-||A better message is now displayed when an attempt is made to check a performance counter that does not exist.|
|-||Fixed a problem that could cause graph data files to not be read properly and there by affecting the system health dashboard.|
|-||Redesigned the settings section for the Windows Service event monitor and now allow service names to entered manually as well as with the chooser.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the setup program always reverted to the C:\Program Files folder even if a different location was selected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where summary and service level reports might not be built according to schedule in some circumstances.|
|-||Actions taken using Active Notifications are now recorded in the event history.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option to pause/resume devices groups was not recorded in the administration history.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the filters in the administration history presented incorrect options.|
|-||Improved performance related to high volume graph data collection.|
|-||Fixed a problem where dates in events from the Active Directory event monitor could be one hour off.|
|-||Fixed a problem where new Active Directory event monitors were placed at the top level instead of the selected folder.|
|-||Fixed various issues with the creation and management of log book entries.|
|-||Fixed an issue where the spreadsheet view for event monitors included and extra unused column.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the new notification style to warn on all failures and one success did not respect the option to warn only after X failures.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the drive space event monitor where the option to warn if drive space stayed the same didn't work as expected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where renaming a notification profile caused it to be detached from its associated event monitors.|
|-||Fixed a problem where some graphs could not be accessed through IIS if they had particular characters in their data point names.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the File event monitor options to show text before and after target text did not work properly.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the perfmon counter browser did not work through IIS due to an ASP error.|
Version 5.5.2 - November 18th 2009
|-||The system health event monitor now implements a faster check for CPU usage.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the results of moving a device or event monitor might not appear until the page was refreshed.|
|-||Fixed a problem which could cause periodic delays in the user interface when accessing it through the integrated web browser.|
|-||The system health dashboard element for available memory now sorts in ascending order.|
|-||Fixed a problem where, with some folder structures, devices could appear in the wrong folder.|
|-||Fixed a bug where under some conditions the presence of paused devices and custom generated events could cause device lists to show an incorrect list of devices.|
|-||Fixed a problem where links in the event monitor views did not include the site id.|
|-||Fixed a problem where after logging in the user was always sent to the main page instead of the page they were trying to get to.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the auto-login option for dashboards and other pages did not work.|
|-||Fix for problem where graphs were not appearing for scripting event monitors.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Terminal Services event monitor where a popup message was displayed while applying settings.|
|-||Fix for issue where graph data was not being found for event monitors not associated with devices.|
Version 5.5.1 - October 23rd 2009
|-||Dashboards with a large number of graphs now load and display much more quickly.|
|-||Implemented further user interface performance improvements to handle very large monitoring configurations with 2500+ devices.|
|-||The test dialog for e-mail notification settings now remembers the last e-mail address that was entered, making it easier to test multiple settings.|
|-||Active notifications now accept requests to pause devices and event monitors for a specified number of days, as well as seconds, minutes and hours.|
|-||Fixed a problem where some combinations of settings in the FTP Event Monitor could cause incorrect notification text.|
|-||The SQL Data Export option can now automatically reconnect to the database in the event that the connection is lost due to any reason.|
|-||The SNMP event monitor no longer returns extra double quotes around detected string values.|
|-||The SNMP event monitor now allows double quotes to be specified in the values to be detected for string comparisons.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the scripting event monitors where certain whitespace combinations in the script being run could result in a parsing error by the underlying scripting engine.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the System Health event monitor could fail if a remote system returned invalid data for the available memory calculations.|
|-||Fixed a problem where log book entries with blank message fields could not be added.|
|-||Fixed problem where the option to turn off graph data collection for event monitors did not work. |
|-||Fixed a problem in the CPU Usage Event Monitor in the scaling for average and max CPU graph data points for multi-core systems.|
|-||Fixed various issues with the sort options in the device list dashboard element.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the service chooser dialog did not work when accessing the user interface through IIS.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the File event monitor where the option to warn if specified text was not found did not work.|
|-||Fixed a display problem where the Entered By field for logbook entries was not correctly displayed if the user name of the logged in user had a backslash character in it.|
|-||Fixed a problem where if e-mail notifications were sent using multiple template formats and the option to send notifications separately was selected, only the first recipient would receive the message.|
Version 5.5.0 - October 14th 2009
|-||The parallelism in the monitoring engine has been greatly increased and by default will now handle up to 20 simultaneous monitoring tasks at a time.|
|-||New logbook functionality allows you to attach notes to events, devices and event monitors.|
|-||Editing tags for devices and event monitors is now easier using a new tag editor option in the settings for the device or event monitor.|
|-||The integrated web server now implements caching which leads to major performance improvements especially for large configurations with 500+ devices.|
|-||A new notification option to not warn if the originating device can't be pinged helps to reduce duplication notifications.|
|-||A new authentication option allows event monitors to use the account that the service is running in, instead of explicit credentials. This allows some monitoring operations to proceed much more quickly. To use this option use the Windows Service Manager to select account and then restart the monitoring service.|
|-||The "Windows-integrated" login security model now does case-insensitive checks on the user name which matches how Windows works.|
|-||The device finder now offers sorting options which makes it much easier to select and add groups of devices from larger lists.|
|-||System health event monitor and nows offer the option to use SNMP to retrieve data. The system health dashboard was reworked to better display devices that are off line.|
|-||The system health event monitor now offers the option to exclude network interfaces that you are not interested in. This is particular useful for excluding Microsoft Loopback interfaces.|
|-||New Linux/SSH Command event monitor can run any command on a remote server and parse the results.|
|-||New System Restart event monitor warns about expected and unexpected restarts and provides reason text.|
|-||Setup now creates more default groups for devices instead of just "My Computer" and "My Servers".|
|-||New system restart event monitor watches for restarts and provides reason codes and text.|
|-||Service level reports now must have distinct names|
|-||Can now run through IIS with HTTPS in addition to or instead of the integrated web server.|
|-||Service level reports now include an option to control how many past reports will be kept.|
|-||Added new notifications styles that include options to limit the number of errors in a row that are sent.|
|-||Device Failure event monitor now ignores devices that are disabled, even if they are in an error state.|
|-||All event monitors now support domain/local authentication and remote authentication.|
|-||Event monitors now default to domain/local authentication resulting in performance increases.|
|-||Redesigned the authentication section in the event monitor settings pages.|
|-||Reformatted the output of the Linux/SSH CPU event monitor to match the format of the CPU Usage event monitor for Windows.|
|-||Increased the timeout for Active Notification and POP3 responses to 2 seconds from 5 seconds.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the File Event Monitor options to show first/last X lines did not work.|
|-||Fixed an issue where event monitors set to run on long schedules might run one hour off from their scheduled time under certain base time/daylight savings time combinations.|
|-||Fixed a bug in the Active Directory event monitor where the timestamp shown for locked out users was incorrect.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the CPU event monitor where the total CPU usage for multi-core systems was inaccurate.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the sort option in the device list dashboard element did not work as expected and included invalid options.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Linux/SSH CPU event monitor showed incorrect results if there were zombie processes present when the event monitor did its check.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SSL Certificate event monitor produced an incorrect error message if the web site could not be contacted while looking for a certificate.|
|-||Fixed a problem in CPU usage calculations in CPU Usage event monitor.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SNMP event monitor could not successfully parse some symbolic names for third party MIBs that were added.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SNMP event monitor might not record graph data points for OIDs that have certain characters in their names.|
|-||Fixed a problem that could cause some configuration data to be lost if the service was stopped while under heavy monitoring stress.|
|-||Fixed a problem where RSS feeds might not be readable in some conditions due to an XML syntax error.|
|-||Fixed an issue where a debug log file could grow rapidly when an unexpected condition was encountered.|
|-||Fixed a problem that could prevent changes to the login security model under some circumstances.|
|-||Added missing MIB file for SNMP monitoring that was causing an error when monitoring certain SNMP values.|
|-||Implemented caching in the SNMP trap event monitor to avoid system stress under floods of traps.|
|-||Implemented fix for condition where a log file can grow rapidly when certain unexpected exceptions where caught.|
Version 5.3.6 - June 12th 2009
|-||Fixed a problem where the SQL Server event monitor returned an error message if the SQL query it ran returned no records.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Telent event monitor where the option to warn if specified text is not found could not be selected.|
|-||Added secondary dependency check to validate dependencies before notifications are delivered.|
|-||Fixed a resource leak that appeared in v5.3.5 that could prevent access to the web UI when the user interface had been refreshed a many number of times.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the HTTP event monitor could not monitor HTTPS sites with certificate problems even if the certificate options were deselected.|
|-||Fixed an issue where service level reports may not include devices that had display names assigned to them.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option to set Run Script notification style would always revert back to "Failure Only".|
Version 5.3.5 - June 6th 2009
|-||CPU event monitor now offers more precise percentage values by showing two decimal places.|
|-||Option to include top 5 processes in CPU event monitor has been expanded to top 10.|
|-||Performance improvements implements for all monitoring actions that use WMI (reduced CPU and I/O on each call).|
|-||Fixed a bug in the Active Directory event monitor where dates were displayed in GMT instead of local time.|
|-||Fixed an issue in CPU event monitor where per core values might not sync well with total and per process values.|
|-||Per core values are now recorded in the 0%-100% range instead of 0%-(100/numcores)%. Note: After upgrading you may need to adjust thresholds.|
|-||Fixed an issue where valued tags could not be entered due to an incorrect character check.|
|-||Fixed an issue in the IIS event monitor that could cause it to fail to retrieve values.|
|-||Updates to performance counter collection methods to improve compatibility across various platforms.|
Version 5.3.4 - March 9th 2009
|-||New event monitors added for VMware ESX, ESXi and VMware Server.|
|-||Many new features and options added to the SNMP Trap event monitor including better OID translation and new formatting options.|
|-||New options in the File event monitor allow it better scan log file and check only new text since the last run.|
|-||New columns added to the event monitor spreadsheet view including base time and authentication.|
|-||Much faster user interface response time for large monitoring configurations.|
|-||The Linux/SSH CPU Usage event monitor now allows non-standard ports to be used.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the File event monitor where backslashes were doubled in some fields when settings were applied.|
|-||Fixed a problem that could cause the HTTP event monitor to fail to load in certain obscure circumstances.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the event history settings option to mark success events as viewed was reset after a service restart.|
|-||Fixed an incorrect banner message that appeared after applying notification settings.|
|-||Added the equal sign to the list of reserved characters in device names, display names and other system elements.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the notification settings where an additional space at the beginning or end of a server name would cause an error when notifications were sent.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SNMP Bandwidth event monitor could periodically report incorrect values.|
|-||Fixed a problem where unicode files could not be checked for contents by the File event monitor.|
Version 5.3.3 - January 9th 2009
|-||Fixed a problem where network interfaces with certain characters in their names could cause data collection issues in system health and bandwidth event monitors.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option to pause an event monitor after a specified number of failures didn't work as expected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where service level reports set to manual run mode would stick in running state.|
|-||Fixed a user interface problem with error state scheduling when the default schedule has been changed.|
|-||Fixed a problem where monitor groups that were two or more levels deep could not be removed in the right side monitor list.|
|-||Fixed a problem where backslash characters in the user name field for HTTP, SMTP, POP3 and FTP event monitors would be doubled after applying settings.|
Version 5.3.2 - December 15th 2008
|-||The Active Directory event monitor now includes new options to check for accounts that are locked out, expired or disabled.|
|-||The light panel dashboard element now allows you to selected devices and event monitors by their group and/or tag.|
|-||The new syntax for the scripting event monitors now allows multi-line message text using the <br /> tag just as in HTML.|
|-||The Active Directory option in the device finder now remembers the settings from the previous scan.|
|-||User interface now prevents certain reserved characters from being used in authentication profile names.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Linux/SSH Process event monitor could over count CPU usage on multi-core system.|
|-||Fixed a problem where cloned dashboard elements were not exactly the same size as the original.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Active Directory event monitor where it may not be able to detect deleted records when accessing certain types of BaseDNs.|
|-||Fixed a problem where adding multiple devices and having an extra comma at the end displayed obscure error message.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the event monitor spreadsheet did not correctly display sub-subgroup names.|
|-||Fixed various problem reported with display and management of service level reports and the report builder.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Summary reports where the notifications section could over count some notifications.|
|-||Fixed a problem where graphs may not appear when accessing the web user interface through IIS.|
|-||Fixed a problem were certain VBScript and other scripting event monitors might not handle carriage returns correctly, resulting in an incorrect syntax error.|
|-||Fixed a problem where some graphs in service level reports would not appear if the corresponding device name included a period in its name.|
Version 5.3.1 - November 30th 2008
|-||Fixed a display problem where fields with backslash in them might not appear correctly in some parts of the user interface, especially in authentication fields.|
|-||Fixed a problem where paused devices might not appear in the Last Status tab for event monitors and their gray box might not appear in the light panel dashboard.|
|-||Fixed a problem where when adding multiple network devices, a trailing comma would cause an odd error message.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option in the Directory event monitor to warn if the directory is present/missing was reset after applying changes.|
Version 5.3.0 - November 27th 2008
|-||New failover monitoring option allows a secondary node to take over monitoring actions if the primary goes down.|
|-||New System Health event monitor can check CPU, Memory, Disk and Bandwidth all in one convenient set of settings.|
|-||New System Health Dashboard collects the results of system health monitoring and ranks items by health.|
|-||New Report Builder for service level reports allows you to select which devices and event monitors will be included in each report.|
|-||New taskbar notifier application runs on the tray and watches for new events even if your web browser is closed.|
|-||New spreadsheet views for devices and event monitors present monitoring configuration in a tabular format and support Export to Excel and copy to clipboard.|
|-||New Active Directory event monitor watches for changes to computer and users in Active Directory and warns when they are detected.|
|-||New options to added to display reports in printer-friendly layout.|
|-||The file event monitor can now read and check the contents of Unicode text files.|
|-||The directory event monitor now collects graph data points for the number of files that were found.|
|-||The scripting event monitors now have the ability to generate multiple events and associate them with specified devices.|
|-||The SQL Server event monitor can now monitor SQL Servers running under instance names.|
|-||The Windows Service event monitor now includes an option to verify that all services set to "Automatic" are running.|
|-||The Bandwidth event monitor now allows you to filter out interfaces you aren't interested in.|
|-||Added a new Exchange event monitor to monitor performance on Exchange Servers.|
|-||Added an option to check last modified dates in the Directory event monitor.|
|-||In the drive space event monitor, if no warning options are selected it now shows a summary of the drive information it detected during each run.|
|-||A new reports toolbar makes it easy to change report time spans and date ranges without having to go back to the report index page.|
|-||The DNS event monitor now includes an option to warn if the IP address for a domain has changed.|
|-||Fixed a problem that prevented the SMTP/POP3 Loop Event Monitor from working with the option for state change notifications.|
|-||Fixed a problem where backslashes could not be entered when specifying user names in the login and security settings.|
|-||Fixed a problem where selections for the voice sound files would revert to the first sound file when the settings were applied.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the device finder could allow display names and device names that contained invalid characters.|
|-||Dates displayed in graphs now use the same format as in other parts of the user interface.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the failure count for the control service notification type would reset to 1 if a different value was selected.|
|-||Graphs for date time spans such as system up times are now scaled to appropriate values in days, hours, minutes or seconds.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the drive space and directory event monitors where some settings could not be set to larger than 2 gigabytes.|
|-||Fixed a problem where after pausing or deleting an event monitor that was running, one set of results might be later reported.|
|-||Fixed a problem where pausing an event monitor while it was running could cause it to become stuck in the monitoring queue.|
|-||Added new option in notification settings to test the selected SMTP server settings.|
Version 5.2.5 - September 15th 2008
|-||Reformatted the monitoring queue report to sort items by their status with active checks listed first.|
|-||The rogue machine event monitor is now less picky about spaces in the defined IP ranges|
|-||Fixed a problem where removing an event monitor that was in the monitor queue and pending or checking could cause some items in the queue to stall.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the performance counter event monitor was unable to monitor items that had backslashes in their names.|
|-||Fixed a problem where quotes and some other characters could not be used in SQL statement checks in the database event monitors.|
|-||Fixed a problem where adding double quotes in the device notes field and some other fields would cause the device properties page to be displayed in correctly.|
|-||Fixed a problem where under certain circumstances scripting event monitors and the rogue machine event monitor might not return event log records.|
|-||Fixed a problem with the display of counter names in the Last Status tab for Performance Counter event monitors.|
|-||Fixed a problem with where performance counter names were not formatted properly in the graph data selection option.Fixed a problem with where performance counter names were not formatted properly in the graph data selection option.|
|-||Fixed a problem where after pausing or deleting an event monitor that was running, one set of results might be later reported.|
Version 5.2.4 - September 4th 2008
|-||Fixed a problem where the integrated web server could hang if a page was accessed while the service was stopping.|
|-||Fixed problem where dependencies were checked before an event monitor runs but not rechecked just before notifications were sent.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Sensatronics event monitor could report an "unexpected condition" if the last probe of a device had no description.|
|-||Fixed a problem where some services with brackets in their names could not be monitored with the Windows Service event monitor.|
|-||Improved support for multisite monitoring. |
|-||Fixed a problem where certain characters in HTTP content check scripts caused errors when the script was run.|
|-||Fixed several problems with the advanced schedule settings.|
|-||Fixed a problem where SNMP uptime event monitor would fail to warn about reboots when certain settings were selected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where backslashes in device group names in the device chooser were not being displayed.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Windows event log monitor option to not warn on no connection could still produce some error events.|
|-||Fixed a problem where with Firefox URLs in the HTTP event monitor might be incorrectly formatted.|
Version 5.2.3 - August 14th 2008
|-||Fixed a problem where services with brackets in their internal names could not be monitored.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option in the File Event Monitor to show the first X lines of the file could not be selected when running through the integrated web server.|
|-||Worked around a problem where process monitoring could produce process names with different uppercase/lowercase characters when switching from WMI.|
|-||The service browser now shows the startup type for each service.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the performance counter browser may not be able to retrieve counters when using non-domain credentials.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the performance counter browser could not connect on a clean install until at least one event monitor had run.|
|-||Fixed a problem where scripting event monitors showed a last status of success event even if they failed.|
Version 5.2.2 - August 7th 2008
|-||Fixed a problem some license settings for registered Workgroup and Corporate Edition users might not be correctly read and would interfere with monitoring operations.|
Version 5.2.1 - August 5th 2008
|-||Fixed a problem where the option to view a dashboard with credentials on the query string did not work.|
|-||Fixed a problem where if an event monitor was watching a device group or device tags it would still monitor devices that were paused.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the dependency checking where dependency by event monitor and device together might not work as expected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the service chooser might now re-select services for service event monitors that were upgraded from v5.1.x.|
|-||Fixed a problem where backslashes in SMTP usernames would not be displayed properly after settings were applied.|
|-||Fixed a problem where some event monitors that needed to remember settings from one run to the next might fail to save the settings correctly.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the service event monitor would fail to detect services that had a bracket in their display names.|
|-||Quotation marks in notification profile fields no longer affect the display of the page.|
|-||Fixed a problem where a process event monitor that was upgraded from v5.1.x to v5.2 might not detect a specified process that it was watching.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the service could encounter an exception if the integrated web server was accessed while the monitoring service was stopping.|
|-||Fixed a problem where option to access events through an RSS feed included invalid script characters.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SQL Server event monitor would switch back to SQL authentication even if Windows authentication was selected.|
Version 5.2.0 - July 28th 2008
|-||New support for SMS/GPRS modems to send notifications to your phone "over the air".|
|-||CPU event monitor now has ability to check individual cores on multi-core systems.|
|-||The light panel dashboard now clearly displays paused devices and event monitors.|
|-||New option to keep a log of Active Notification operations.|
|-||New graphics for the light panel dashboard.|
|-||Major increase in performance for SNMP bandwidth monitoring.|
|-||Re-implemented Bandwidth event monitor with new ability to watch individual server interfaces.|
|-||New SNMP Trap event monitor.|
|-||New Linux/SSH process event monitor.|
|-||Brand new monitoring engine featuring increased parallelism and performance.|
|-||New dashboard elements to show lists of selected devices and event monitors.|
|-||New notification option to start/stop/restart services.|
|-||New performance counter browser makes it easy to select performance counters for monitoring.|
|-||New service browser makes it easy to select services for monitoring.|
|-||Fixed problem with some monitoring schedules during switch to daylight savings time.|
|-||New monitoring configuration reports provide summary of your monitoring setup.|
|-||New monitoring queue report shows details about monitoring operations and how long they took to run.|
|-||New integrated web server removes the requirement to have IIS on the Tembria machine.|
|-||New ability to export a configuration snapshot whenever the monitoring service is stopped.|
|-||Fixed problem where administration history contained inaccurate records about setting graph data collection.|
|-||Fixed problem where authentication was set incorrectly in scripting event monitors when one or more authentication profiles were created.|
|-||Fixed problem with monitoring multiple SQL Server when using Windows-integrated authentication.|
|-||Fixed several places where graph data was showing values in terms of bandwidth instead of regular values.|
|-||Corrected a problem where the device finder could list some devices that had already been added.|
|-||Improved support for 64-bit versions of Windows when running through IIS.|
|-||Fixed a problem which prevented the Registry Event Monitor option for the HKEY_CURRENT_USER tree from working as it ought to.|
|-||When monitoring by device group or tag, device counts are updated when device changes are made instead of waiting for the next event monitor run.|
|-||When the monitoring service stops, any event monitor wrappers that are running are now closed automatically.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option to ignore disconnected sessions in the Windows Terminal Services event monitor did now function as expected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where a duplicate event monitor group name could be added if it differed only in uppercase/lowercase from an existing one.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Rogue Machine event monitor could report a device twice if it was found both in the Network Neighborhood and by an IP range scan and name varied only by uppercase/lowercase differences.|
Version 5.1.3 - May 15th 2008
|-||Fixed a problem where event that generate very long messages might not be wrapped properly.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Notification Profile Usage report showed multiple repeated tables.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SQL Server event monitor generated graph data points that were too large for transaction log sizes.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the CPU, System Uptime and Process event monitors would report "Access Denied" when using domain credentials.|
|-||Fixed a problem that could cause advanced content checks in the HTTP event monitor to fail.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the HTTP event monitor could use the wrong device name when monitoring multiple devices.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the device probe for disks could report "Access Denied" when using domain credentials.|
Version 5.1.2 - April 11th 2008
|-||Implemented big performance improvements in the Windows Event Log monitor and the Logon Security event monitor.|
|-||Improved the ability of the Performance Counter event monitor to connect to machines using remote authentication.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Logon Security event monitor could report a logon event as coming from multiple machines when it only originated from one.|
|-||Fixed a problem where turning off the option to monitor during specific hours of the day did not work as expected.|
|-||Fixed a problem that caused the Bandwidth event monitor to report an "unsupported operation" error.|
|-||Fixed a problem with the SQL Server event monitor option to warn based on the number of records returned.|
|-||Fixed a user interface problem in the Process event monitor that made it difficult to clear the name of a process being monitored.|
|-||The Logon Security event monitor now requires that at least one monitoring condition be checked.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Windows Event Log monitor could encounter an unexpected condition and fail to complete its run.|
|-||Fixed a problem where after removing a device it might still be listed in the event monitors that were checking it.|
Version 5.1.1 - March 24th 2008
|-||Fixed a problem were event monitor device selections were not correctly migrated from previous versions.|
|-||Fixed a problem that prevented access to the reports section.|
|-||Fixed an issue with the device chooser when switching between selection modes.|
Version 5.1.0 - March 17th 2008
|-||The device chooser now lets you assign an event monitor to a device group.|
|-||The device chooser also now lets you assign an event monitor to all devices that have specified tags.|
|-||Internal improvements in the Windows event log monitor lead to a big boost in performance.|
|-||A new option in the settings section lets you subscribe to Tembria Server Monitor events using RSS.|
|-||The directory event monitor now includes options to scan subfolder and filter by file name extension.|
|-||The HTTP event monitor now allows you to specify how long it will wait for a connection and, after the connection is established, how long it will wait to receive the page data.|
|-||After logging in your browser is now redirected to the page you originally tried to access. Previously the browser was always redirected to the welcome page.|
|-||Two new e-mail template tokens were added. You can now use %%devicetags%% and %%eventmonitortags%% to include a list of all the tags for the monitor/device that generated the notification.|
|-||The items in the Settings and Preferences section of the tree now have distinctive icons.|
|-||A new option in the import/export section allows you to export your configuration without including the event history.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the pause options in notifications profiles did not work.|
|-||Tightened restrictions on the characters allows in device names and event monitor restrictions to avoid problems with some browsers.|
|-||Fixed a problem where using quotes in external program notification option caused a UI issue.|
|-||In several places users with restricted permissions were able to see but not use options that were outside of they role. This has been corrected.|
|-||Some terminology was changed in the login and security roles. "Administrators" are now called "Managers" and "Super Administrators" are now called just "Administrators".|
|-||Fixed a problem where scroll bars might not appear in the device chooser dialog box.|
|-||Fixed a problem that affected the device chooser when used from Firefox.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option remove and rename groups in the device list drop down did not work as expected.|
|-||Fixed a problem state change notifications might be generated in correctly when multiple devices were selected and events occurred in a particular order.|
|-||Updated the SQL Server event monitor to work around a crashing bug in the latest version of Microsoft's ADO library.|
|-||The process event monitor now removes leading and trailing spaces in process names in case they are added by accident.|
|-||When an event monitor is paused it is now grayed out in the light panel dashboard.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the voice notification option was looking for sound files in the wrong folder.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the light panel summary that could cause the state count summary to show the wrong value.|
|-||Windows event log monitor now offers more display space for the filtering fields.|
|-||Various internal optimizations make for increased performance especially when 500 or more devices have been added.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the file event monitor would try to check a file's last modified date even if it was missing.|
Version 5.0.5 - Nov 9th 2007
|-||New event monitor dependencies let you define which event monitors depend on which others.|
|-||New option in the File event monitor to display some or all of the contents of the file being monitored.|
|-||The Ping event monitor now shows more details about each ping when the option to perform multiple pings is selected.|
|-||New dashboard element lets you display the contents of any other web page in the Tembria dashboard.|
|-||New option in the SQL Server event monitor to show the details above each transaction log that is checked.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the cell in the light panel dashboard element did not scale when larger font sizes were selected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where ampersand characters and some other characters should not have been allowed in item names.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Windows Event Log monitor which could cause an unexpected condition when events with many strings were encountered.|
Version 5.0.4 - Oct 9th 2007
|-||New option in settings and preferences allows your preferred date and time format to be selected.|
|-||New "Last Status" tab for event monitors provides a per-device summary of the last event monitor run.|
|-||New support for Powershell scripting in event monitor notification actions.|
|-||New PowerShell event monitor lets you write custom monitoring actions using Windows PowerShell scripts.|
|-||New Linux/SSH Availability event monitor ensures that remote machines can be accessed using SSH.|
|-||New Linux/SSH File System event monitor checks file systems on remote machines and warns if they are reaching capacity.|
|-||The event monitor list dialog box was reformatted to make better use of display area and show more information about each event monitor type.|
|-||Sensatronics event monitor re-added with support for EM1, E4 and E16 models plus the ability to monitor multiple devices with one event monitor.|
|-||Fixed a problem where event monitor groups could not be renamed if one of their parent groups had a space in its name.|
|-||The file event monitor now checks for a file's existence without trying to open the file.|
|-||When there are more than 1000 device/monitor combinations, the light panel dashboard element displays lets you choose the combinations to display instead of automatically showing all of them.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the tips were missing for distribution list configuration.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the HTTP sequence event monitor where the last warning option was mislabeled.|
|-||Fixed a problem where on Firefox notification profiles that have spaces in their names could not be edited and saved.|
|-||Fixed a problem where certain characters in a notification profile name could make it impossible to save further changes to the profile after it was created.|
|-||A new option in the registry event monitor allows it skip devices that could not be contacted.|
|-||The directory event monitor now provides an example of the path specification when you create a new event monitor.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the login security mode could be reset to the default when the monitoring service is restarted.|
|-||A problem was corrected in the HTTP Sequence event monitor where the option to warn about the HTTP status code was always set to on when the event monitor settings were viewed.|
|-||Fixed a problem that could cause the Telnet event monitor to hand if a socket disconnection occurred at a very specific point in the monitoring action.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the disks section of the device probe would sometimes fails to round the percentages displayed.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Windows Event Log monitor would display one less event log record than the selected setting.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Windows Event Log monitor where monitoring actions could fail if the monitor was originally set to monitor some machines and then more machines were added later.|
|-||Formatting of message and status bars in the user interface were improved for Firefox users.|
Version 5.0.3 - Aug 29th 2007
|-||New option login automatically to dashboards by adding &username=aaa&password=bbb to the dashboard URL.|
|-||File event monitor now tests for a file's existence without having to open it.|
|-||Fixed a problem with renaming a device or event monitor group when one of its parent groups has a space in its name.|
|-||Fixed a problem with Active Notification replies that occurred if the sender's e-mail display name had a bracket or a comma in it.|
|-||Fixed a problem with state change notifications that could cause extra success notifications when the fail count was greater than one.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the default light panel settings did not match those that were displayed the settings were first displayed.|
|-||Fixed a problem where Active Notifications did not work with Blackberries another e-mail clients that use base 64 encoding.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the check for a new version of Tembria Server Monitor occurred in the wrong place and too often.|
Version 5.0.2 - Aug 7th 2007
|-||New notification profiles allow event monitors to share a set of notification settings.|
|-||New token %%ipaddress%% supported in e-mail notification templates.|
|-||New ability to customize graph display colors and other settings through the config.ini file.|
|-||New option in login and security settings to control the session time after sessions are timed out.|
|-||New option to pause all event monitors after importing a configuration file.|
|-||New device chooser and event monitor chooser for the light panel dashboard element.|
|-||New option in all SNMP event monitors to support non-standard SNMP ports.|
|-||New ability for the scripting event monitors to accept credentials, simplifying the development of many types of scripts.|
|-||The option to not warn if pings to a device fail now accepts device display names.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option to notify on state change didn't work with the option to warn after X number of failures.|
|-||Fixed a problem where reports incorrectly collected errors if the option to not warn if pings to a device fail was triggered.|
|-||Fixed a problem where event monitor titles appear in red after they are first added but before the first run has completed.|
|-||When upgrading, setup now offers an option to preserve existing template files.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the wrong message appeared on the login screen if the license file is invalid.|
|-||The device finder now displays messages about device name or display name conflicts.|
|-||Fixed a problem where import files with .dat and .xml files were listed but only .dat files could be imported.|
|-||Fixed a problem where graph data files were left behind when an event monitor was removed.|
|-||Import and export files now support a wider range of characters in their file names.|
|-||The SMTP and SMTP/POP Loop event monitors no longer require a username and password.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SNMP Process event monitor only warned about the first item found in the list of missing processes.|
|-||Added missing settings in the voice notification section to control the definition of business hours and off hours.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the device chooser where applying a filter caused the names shown to be converted to lowercase.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the option to "not warn if pings fail to this machine" pinged the device too many times if multiple notification types were selected.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the HTTP event monitor where the option to warn about status codes was always turned off when the settings were displayed.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the LDAP event monitor settings page could not be displayed.|
|-||Fixed a problem where spaces in e-mail addresses specification were being removed and thereby affected the ability to specify priority levels.|
|-||E-mail address priority tags are now case-insensitive.|
|-||Fixed a problem where error messages indicating HTML formatted e-mail messages couldn't be sent were incorrectly formatted.|
|-||E-mail notification failure messages are now tagged to the event monitor that generated them.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the Device Probe tab was missing on the device event monitors pages.|
|-||Made various background colors consistent amongst all sections.|
|-||Fixed several problems in the user interface for the SMTP/POP3 loop event monitor.|
|-||Fixed several user interfaces issues with the option to rename dashboards.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Windows Event Log event monitor where the option to display the first X events could not be disabled.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the disks option in the device probe showed the percentage available instead of the percentage full.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the Windows Event Log monitor where whitespace characters in the list of events filter caused events to be missed.|
|-||Fixed a problem where right-click menus in the tree occasionally appeared offset when the page is scrolled.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SNMP event monitors left behind temporary files when an SNMP operation failed.|
|-||Fixed a problem in the LDAP event monitor where in Windows 2000 the wrong message appeared if a connection failed.|
|-||Fixed several UI problems with the Run Script notification option.|
|-||Fixed a problem where maximized dashboard elements were sometimes not correctly migrated form v4.x.|
version 5.0.1 - July 11th 2007
|-||New Device Probe tab for network devices allows for the inspection of services and disks.|
|-||Newly created dashboards now show tips on how to start designing them.|
|-||SQL graph data export settings can now be changed on the fly without requiring to restart the monitoring service.|
|-||The "welcome" page now runs a series of checks to test for common configuration issues and provides help to resolve them.|
|-||The build number of the installed version is now displayed in the footer text.|
|-||A problem affecting upgrades from v4.x was corrected. The problem appeared when new event monitors were added to an installation and certain internal counters conflicted.|
|-||A problem affecting authentication with the SQL graph data export option was corrected.|
|-||In previous versions, the config.ini file had to be modified after copying import files to the Exports folder. Now they can be simply dropped in the folder and they will be detected.|
|-||A problem was fixed where the dashboard graph element settings dialog displayed debug information.|
|-||A problem was corrected where an error message would be displayed in the event monitor settings if some but not all of the event monitor's devices were paused.|
|-||The device finder was redesigned and several reported issues with it were corrected.|
|-||A duplicate sound file was being installed by the setup program.|
|-||The logging section of the notifications preferences now has a white background like the other sections.|
|-||Several typographical errors were corrected.|
version 5.0.0 - June 27th 2007
|-||Version 5.0 has been released and our thanks go out to everyone who participated in the beta program!|
version 5.0 beta 3 - May 31st 2007
|-||Beta 3 of Tembria Server Monitor has been released.|
|-||More right-click menu options have been added|
|-||New Active Notifications let you reply to e-mail notifications and control monitoring|
|-||More settings and preferences dialogs have been added.|
|-||New Authentication Profiles let you assign alias for monitoring accounts.|
|-||Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to join the beta program.|
version 5.0 beta 2 - May 10th 2007
|-||Beta 2 of Tembria Server Monitor has been released.|
|-||New security models allow you to set permissions for Tembria users.|
|-||Dashboards can be displayed full screen by right-clicking on them.|
|-||New device finder makes it easier to select network devices for monitoring.|
|-||New import/export option is available in the Tools section.|
|-||E-mail distribution lists are now available again.|
|-||Title indicators for event monitor status are now more prominent.|
|-||Send mail to email@example.com to join the beta program.|
version 5.0 beta 1 - April 17th 2007
|-||Beta 1 of Tembria Server Monitor has been released.|
|-||Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to join the beta program.|
version 4.3.3 - December 18th 2006
|-||Added new options to control the priority level of e-mail notifications.|
|-||Corrected a problem where invalid graph data could be displayed after an event monitor collected more than 2000 data points.|
|-||Corrected a problem where graph data may not appear for a device that has been removed and readded with the same name but different case (e.g ServerName vs. servername).|
|-||Corrected a problem where the Performance Counter event monitor used the wrong credentials when browsing for counters.|
|-||Corrected a problem where the notification summary in the Summary reports showed incorrect values for notification counts.|
version 4.3.2 - September 25th 2006
|-||New option in preferences to protect access by console software with a password.|
|-||New option in Windows Event Log monitor to always generate success notifications.|
|-||Event monitor selections in the graph dashboard element settings are now sorted.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the preference dialog may prompt for a server name even if graph data export option is disabled.|
|-||Fixed a problem where duplicate event monitor names in the same folder would show only one event monitor in the tree.|
|-||Fixed a problem where double-clicking on a device to view its properties in a popup window could cause and access violation.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the System Uptime event monitor would warn on a failed connection even when the option to not warn was selected.|
|-||Fixed a problem where dashboard elements could be repositioned partly off screen if modified while in maximized mode and then restored.|
|-||Fixed a problem where dropdown selections in the graph dashboard element were too small when viewed on Windows 2000.|
|-||Fixed a formatting problem where uptime values display when a graph is in table mode were missing spaces between values.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the list of dashboards may not be refreshed for a few seconds after the console is started.|
|-||The taskbar icon for the minimized console used to animate when there were unviewed events. It now only animates when there are items in an error state and with unviewed events..|
version 4.3.1 - June 27th 2006
|-||A new command line switch "/f" will display the default dashboard fullscreen when the console starts.|
|-||A new Multi-Site Heartbeat event monitors watches for heartbeat events from remote sites (Multi-Site Edition only)|
|-||The scripting event monitors can now use the tokens %%defaultusername%% and %%defaultpassword%% to inherit the credentials.|
|-||Event history dashboard elements (recent and unviewed) now have right-click menus for marking items as viewed and other operations.|
|-||Corrected a timing problem where in rare cases certain licensing properties may not be loaded during a restart of the monitoring service.|
|-||Fixed a problem where locking/unlocking a dashboard would not take effect until a dashboard refresh was performed.|
|-||Fixed a display problem in the Process Event monitor that could cause incorrect display in the settings window for some properties.|
version 4.3 - June 6th 2006
|-||Many changes under the hood that have increased console performance when a very large number of devices and event monitors have been added.|
|-||New highlighting uses bold for unviewed events and red for items in an error state.|
|-||Light panel dashboard element now uses dark green for items in a success state with unviewed events, instead of dark red.|
|-||The Windows event log notification option now allows you to set the category and event ids to be written.|
|-||When a device is selected its event history is shown instead of its general properties. Its general properties are still available as a subnode of the device.|
|-||New "Views" nodes for device and event monitors provide quick and easy filtered views of status.|
|-||Dashboards can now be displayed full screen by pressing F11.|
|-||Lists now act more list standard Windows explorer items. The include subfolder and the ".." item to go up a level.|
|-||When a notification script encounters an error, it is now trapped and recorded in the event history.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the SNMP bandwidth event monitor could produce no output when run with some SNMP devices.|
|-||Fixed a problem where Ctrl+A didn't work in the network device list.|
|-||Fixed a problem where removing a device or group could cause event monitors associated with no devices to be removed as well.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the autogenerated description for cloned event monitors may not be correctly generated.|
|-||Ambiguous Control Panel date formats (eg. 06/04/03) are now sorted correctly regardless of control panel settings.|
|-||A problem was corrected where graphs for devices with assigned display names could not be selected.|
|-||A problem was corrected where it could take few seconds for light panel status to be updated after events were marked as viewed.|
|-||A problem was corrected where light panel font selection did not work if when devices were selected to be displayed across the top.|
|-||Fixed a problem where copy to clipboard and send by e-mail buttons did not work in the event monitor summary.|
|-||Fixed a problem where you could not set a device display name to the same name but with a different case (e.g. device -> Device).|
|-||Fixed a sizing issue when moving a dashboard element that is collapsed.|
version 4.2.2 - March 15th 2006
|-||Corrected a problem where moving dashboard elements caused excessive refreshes.|
|-||Corrected a problem where the font settings for the light panel dashboard were ignored if the option to show devices across the top was selected.|
|-||Corrected a problem in the licensed version where after upgrading a system that ran an evaluation version far in the last, some event monitors would not run.|
version 4.2.1 - March 10th 2006
|-||Removed debugging text that was accidentally left in the HTML e-mail notification template.|
|-||Corrected a bug in the setup program that affected console-only installations.|
|-||Improved the message displayed for certain SNMP error conditions.|
version 4.2 - March 7th 2006
|-||New administration history lists all configuration changes that are made.|
|-||New option in HTTP event monitor to warn if a monitored page has been changed.|
|-||New option in HTTP event monitor to perform advance content checks using scripting.|
|-||New option in HTTP event monitor to save the downloaded content to disk.|
|-||New network device property shows which event monitors are associated with the device.|
|-||New option to right-click on a device group and add an event monitor, associating it with all devices in the group.|
|-||The event history lists now show the event monitor description instead of its general type.|
|-||Paused devices now appear in gray in the network device list and a new column shows the paused/unpaused status.|
|-||New options for settings the font name and type for the light panel dashboard.|
|-||Improved authentication performance for the registry event monitor.|
|-||Improved performance of the FTP event monitor.|
|-||New option in the Shared Folders event monitor to list all of the shares found.|
|-||Corrected problem in the SQL Server event monitor where NULL column values could cause the event monitor to fail.|
|-||Corrected problem where the selected network device dashboard element would lose its content if it was in the dashboard selected at start up.|
|-||Corrected problem in the HTTP event monitor where the option to ignore invalid certificate authorities for HTTPS requests was not working.|
|-||Corrected problem that caused an access violation if you closed the console software immediately after opening it and a dashboard load was in progress.|
|-||Corrected problem where double-clicking on a event monitor in the tree could on rare cases cause an access violation after the event monitor dialog was closed.|
|-||Modernized the look of the dashboard element title bar tools.|
|-||New icons on the event monitor summary replace the former buttons and add new options.|
|-||New icons on the event log preview replace the former buttons and add new options.|
|-||New configuration options for the monitoring service to control where the console software can connect from and using which protocols.|
|-||The SNMP Bandwidth event monitor now appends the interface index to the interface description.|
version 4.1.3 - February 28th 2006
|-||Corrected a problem in event monitor scheduling where the "Run between" option could cause event monitors to run off by one hour under certain circumstances.|
version 4.1.2 - January 25th 2006
|-||Corrected a problem that occurred when the "state change only" option for notifications was used in conjunction with the option to try again right away on failure.|
|-||Corrected a problem with the System Uptime event monitor that could cause an 'invalid parameter' error on some systems.|
|-||Corrected a problem that caused the Light Panel dashboard element to use excessive memory.|
version 4.1.1 - January 4th 2006
|-||New ability to customize e-mail notifications by including network device and event monitor custom attributes.|
|-||New ability to customize e-mail notifications by including the Type field for the device that generated the notification.|
|-||New option in the File menu to check to see if there is a more recent version of Tembria Server Monitor available.|
|-||New option in general preferences to check for new versions when the console software starts.|
|-||New option to set a dashboard as the default start up item instead of the welcome screen (just right-click on the dashboard tree item to select).|
|-||New options in the Light Panel dashboard element to select which devices and event monitors to display.|
|-||Notifications about changes in available space in the drive space event monitor now show more detail about the change.|
|-||The ping event monitor can now be set to ignore X ping failures instead of just one.|
|-||New option in the drive space event monitor that tells it not to warn if the machine cannot be connected to.|
|-||New option in the directory event monitor that tells it not to warn if the machine cannot be connected to.|
|-||The "Copy to Clipboard" and "Export to Excel" icons in the event monitor summary window now have tooltips.|
|-||When event monitors are paused they are now shown in gray even if they have unviewed events. This is now consistent with the way devices are highlighted.|
|-||In the event history section for devices, added a dropdown to select the event type. This is more consistent with the event monitor summary window.|
|-||Items in the "Move To" right-click menu for devices are now sorted alphabetically.|
|-||In the notifications section for event monitors, long log file names no longer cause the first column to take up too much space.|
|-||In the URL List dashboard element, the usual hyperlink cursor is now displayed (except on Windows NT 4.0 where it is not available).|
|-||Corrected a problem in the Performance Counter event monitor where comparisons for values greater than 2 gigabytes were performed incorrectly.|
|-||Corrected a problem where dragging and dropping event monitor groups with several depths of subfolders would cause event monitors to move into the wrong group.|
|-||Corrected problem where scrolling a dashboard then selecting a different item while scrolled would cause dashboard element positions to change.|
|-||Corrected problem where dashboard element modifications would not be immediately updated unless refresh was pressed.|
|-||Corrected problem where sorting did not work in the settings for the dashboard element for selected event monitors.|
|-||Corrected problem where under certain conditions, weekly and monthly reports may not be updated upon a time change.|
|-||Fixed a problem where sorting records by date in the event history section for a device may cause records to be sorted incorrectly.|
|-||Fixed a problem where if the "Snap To" option in the Control Panel was enabled and a device or event monitor was selected in the tree, the cursor would incorrectly move to a position on the right.|
|-||Fixed a problem where the event monitor running icon could show sequences out of order if the event monitor summary is viewed as a popup dialog instead of in the main window.|
|-||Fixed a problem where selecting an event monitor in the tree and pressing the delete key would attempt to delete a network device instead of the selected event monitor.|
|-||In the tree, the delete key now works for dashboards as well as event monitors and devices.|
version 4.1.0 - December 12th 2005
|-||A new option to clone an existing event monitor has been added (just right-click on an event monitor).|
|-||A new option to pause event monitoring for one or more selected devices.|
|-||New options for export to Excel and clipboard were added to the event monitor summary window.|
|-||New option to show error events only in the event history window.|
|-||New ability to maximize dashboard elements.|
|-||New dashboard element showing an event monitor 'light panel'.|
|-||On new installations, four default dashboards are installed instead of just one.|
|-||New option to choose from a selection of pre-designed dashboards..|
|-||Improved snap-to-grid functionality for all dashboard elements.|
|-||The animated icon on the event monitor summary that shows an event monitor is running is now more obvious.|
|-||The CPU usage event monitor now shows the process IDs for the top processes.|
|-||Fixed problem where banner image in console software did not stretch all the way to the right if the screen width was greater than 1280 pixels.|
|-||Event monitors within a group in the tree are now always sorted by name whereas before it was sometimes possible for them to be in the wrong order after being renamed.|
|-||Updated presentation of ping graphs to better fit the user interface design.|
|-||Changed terminology from "disable/enable event monitoring" to "pause/resume event monitoring".|
|-||Corrected problem where when event monitors have multiple devices, in the event monitor list commas were missing between their names.|
|-||Corrected problem where after removing an event monitor or device from a group, the wrong folder in the tree might be selected.|
|-||Corrected a rare problem where a valid serial number would not be accepted.|
|-||Corrected problem where descriptions were not being shown when selecting from the list of dashboard elements to add.|
|-||Corrected problem where if a group was highlighted in red (because it had unviewed events) it would not be highlighted as it should during drag-and-drop operations.|
|-||Corrected problem where the SQL Server event monitor could cause an access violation when running Windows Server 2003 SP1 with ADO 2.82.|
|-||Modified the handling of the state change notification type. State change is now handled on a device-by-device basis.|
version 4.0.7 - November 21st 2005
|-||Version for limited testing of HTTP Proxy support. Not publicly released.|
version 4.0.6 - November 10th 2005
|-||New options in the HTTP event monitor to ignore invalid certificates when checking with https.|
|-||Newly designed "Connect To Service" dialog that provides more options and makes it easier to support multiple connections.|
|-||New beta functionality to connect to remote service through HTTP proxy (send mail to email@example.com for details).|
|-||New ability to run with most event monitors on Windows NT 4.0.|
|-||Corrected problem where network devices may not be refreshed after importing settings.|
|-||Default highlighting of unviewed events is now to the root of the tree but can be changed in preferences.|
|-||Corrected a problem where some event monitors that keep historical values might not be able to create a necessary folder if it did not already exist.|
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