Windows Monitoring and Alert Tool QuickMon

Windows Monitoring and Alert Tool QuickMon

Windows monitoring and alerting tool QuickMon: is an open source monitoring and alerting tool for Windows. It can be used to monitor various things on your local computer, on the network or to remove computers.You can also receive alerts about various data being monitored by this software. It is not the easiest software to work with, but once you get the basic idea of how collectors, agents and alerts are configured, you will be able to use it to monitor a number of items on your computer.

Windows Monitoring and Alert Tool QuickMon

QuickMon is available from the github website. You can download one of four versions, but the latest version (as of September 2017) is version 5.0. The software cannot be used in portable mode as it needs to install some services on your PC. After installation you can launch it and the first thing to do is to create a new monitor package.

Each of the collectors can be configured to monitor any of the things supported by the use of the agents, for example checking the status of Windows services, checking the status of a file or folder, checking the value of a Registry value, and so on.  You can also test ping or SQL queries using the agent. The monitor packages also include notifications on how the various collectors are alerted about changing values or their status. These alerts or error message can be sent to the SQL database, RSS feed or email address.

Even if you can close the QuickMon window, it will continue to run in the background as a Windows service. You will continue to monitor various things (as you have configured) and you will continue to receive alerts using the notification settings.

Consequently;

QuickMon is a sophisticated tool used to monitor various things on your local PC, remote PC and networks. The status or data collected is then reported via notifications. It’s perfect for network administrators who want to periodically check the status of their Windows servers.

This link https://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Info/QuickMon.shtml will take you to the Windows tool.

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