Tangible ProV application monitoring

Tangible ProV application monitoring - (touch)
Tangible ProV application monitoring – (touch)

 

Use the Tangible SCOM management pack to monitor logins and ProV application registration issues.  First, the management pack configures Seed class discovery.  Second, the pack includes rules/monitors for Tangible ProV software.  Third, rules and monitors for 2802 ‘Could not validate product key’ and 4402 ‘Could not validate the contents of user logon request context: AS-REQ contains an invalid or unknown username type’ events.  Fourth, the service monitor, which uses Kevin Holman’s fragment library for service recovery scripts/rules.  Fifth, scheduled and on-demand daily reports for audit and record keeping purposes.  Lastly, alert cleanup logic, to reduce admin burden and overhead.

 

Reference the Tangible vendor’s website – Tangible ProV application website

 

NOTE: This may not apply for everyone, as the ProV application ‘Auto-provisions Active Directory user accounts for visitors or new employees whenever they want to work from one of your PCs.’

 

The Daily report piece of the pack makes things easier answering ‘what happened in the last 24-72 hours’ question.  Gathers open/closed insights and organizes alerts.

Screenshot of the daily report

Zero Alert example of daily report
Zero Alert example of daily report

Report example of insights (in text)

Open ProV alerts = 13Since last report run:#———————–Total ProV alerts = 23Auto-closed monitors = 22Auto-closed rules = 0Total automation closures:#—————————Auto-closed monitors = 262Auto-closed rules = 0# Unhealthy Tangible ProV service alert details#==============================================NetbiosComputerName TimeRaised           RepeatCount Name                     ——————- ———-           ———– —-                     DC01        8/11/2023 5:18:14 AM           0     Tangible ProV ProVService…

 

All in all, the daily report utilizes get and set-SCOMAlert to accomodate large enterprise environments.

$OpenAlerts = get-scomalert -ResolutionState (0..254) -Name “Tangible ProV ProVService Service*”

$OpenAlerts = $OpenAlerts | ? { $_.TimeRaised -ge $Time }
# $OpenAlerts.count

# Closed alerts
$ClosedAlerts = get-scomalert -ResolutionState 255 -Name “Tangible ProV ProVService Service*” | ? { $_.TimeRaised -ge $Time }
# $ClosedAlerts.count

 

 

Tangible ProV application monitoring details and download

GitHub https://github.com/theKevinJustin/TangibleProV

Download here

 

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