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  • Script for Detecting endpoint Temperature

    Hi Support,

    Please help me to create a script where it detects the machines Temperature (i.e. CPU, FAN, etc.). If the temperatures hit the 55 degrees Celcius, it will send an alert. I am planning to use this script as a Condition in monitoring an endpoint.


    Regards,

  • #2
    Hi apanelo

    Great input! , Thank you for contacting us. We will notify you of updates on this request.


    Thanks,
    Kannan

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    • #3
      Hello mkannan,

      Nice!. Looking forward into it.

      Regards,

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      • #4
        I would also like this script

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        • #5
          Hi apanelo and jtlogic

          We are unable to get temperature and fan speed details using windows built in options. We are discussing with developers team regarding this.

          By the way, if you already know about any open source tool with command line options to get temperature, fan speed then please suggest us. We will deliver monitoring script based on this tool as a temporary solution.


          Thanks,
          Kannan

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          • #6
            Hi apanelo jtlogic

            Our developer already planned to implement this by Q4 2017 as Hardware monitoring feature in ITSM. I will keep you update on this process.

            Thanks,
            Kannan

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            • #7
              Hi mkannan,

              Thank you for this update. Looking forward for this one .

              Regards,

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              • #8
                I am also looking forward to this, thanks!

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                • #9
                  Yes me too I've asked a couple of times for this so fingers crossed this gets implemented in Q4

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                  • #10
                    Any word on this yet? I'm looking forward to this script. Thanks!

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