Detailed Installation and Setup — Detailed GDMA installation and setup including managing status messages, using FQDN, forcing determination of a GDMA host name, and checking multiple hosts from a single Linux GDMA host.
GDMA Windows and PowerShell — The GDMA for Windows can be used to run Windows PowerShell Commandlets, or small PowerShell programs that you write or modify to return results that can be interpreted as status and performance data by GroundWork Monitor. Especially in 64-bit environments, this is quite a powerful way to monitor your Windows systems.
GDMA Macro Substitutions — This page reviews the process for macro substitutions which are done in two places; On the server and on the client.
GDMA Plugins for Download — The Plugins feature allows administrators to download new plugins and dependencies to the GroundWork server where externals are hosted. Then, based on platform, dependency and externals settings, plugins are automatically applied on selected GDMA client configurations.
GDMA with Parent Managed Child — When you deploy Parent Managed Child servers, the Child can serve as the system where GDMA agents report their results. This is very useful in keeping the atomic many-to-one traffic inherent in agent based monitoring local to the network where the Child is deployed.