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The web console more closely matches desktop console UI - including notifications, alerting, external events, revamped trend viewer, and reports.
Beside refreshed UI, updated tools can be run remotely on the NetCrunch Server or any remote probe. The desktop console allows running tools locally. New tools provide the same user experience for both desktop and web console.
The most noticeable change is the new
Report Viewer, providing the same experience for desktop and web console users. Additionally, we have enhanced reporting capabilities for
NetCrunch now integrates with Windows 10 notification system, offering a much better experience. New notification system groups events occurring at the same time into single notification to avoid flooding your desktop.
Notifications are presented on the desktop only when the console is not running (connection broker must be running). Otherwise, they appear at the top of the console.
Notifications are also present in the web console window now.
The camera sensor now supports several new alerts.
Additionally, a camera snapshot image might be attached to the alert notification (i.e., email)
Provides a comprehensive view on typical time ranges (24hr, 7 days, and 30 days), providing various summary views such as
The new history view offers a broad view of alert history (event log) and allows ad hoc analysis providing quick filtering and grouping.
We continue adding more monitoring features to Remote Probe, which is now capable of monitoring
The new sensor allows monitoring ESX hosts through vCenter. All you need is to add a vCenter sensor to the appropriate node and provide credentials, ESX nodes will switch to vCenter automatically.
vCenter becomes inaccessible for some reason (such as maintenance), NetCrunch can automatically switch to direct ESXi monitoring, which provides basic information about ESXi hosts and their virtual machines.
Monitoring through vCenter provides additional information about
Which can now be easily monitored by NetCrunch.
A new unified trend viewer provides the same experience for desktop and web console. It has also been optimized for selecting counters even from thousands of nodes and hundreds of thousands of monitored metrics.
HW group - WLD (SNMP) - Reports about water leak detections
HW group - Damocles (SNMP) - Shows values gathered from Damocles sensors. It can display information from metrics related to water, gas, electricity, and others.
HW group - STE (SNMP) - Collects values of temperature and humidity from external sensors
HW group - STE2 (SNMP) - Similar to the 'HW group - STE (SNMP)'. This Monitoring Pack contains a report that allows displaying values from temperature and humidity sensors
HW group - PWR (SNMP) - Designed to monitor external M-Bus meters on HWG-PWR devices
Cisco Meraki Cloud Controller (SNMP) - Shows a collection of statistics from interfaces. Detects and informs about many important events such as rogue DHCP server, client IP conflicts, cable errors, and others
ZyXel USG Flex (SNMP) - Alerts when Memory, Flash, or CPU usage is high. Gathers information from a VPN.
NVIDIA Quadro GPU - Dedicated for NVIDIA Quadro graphic cards. Alerts about high GPU, Memory, and Bus usage. Shows metrics also from Core Clock, Fan Speed, Temperature, and Power Consumption.
Basic Windows GPO Monitoring - Tracking changes in Group/Domain/Authorization Policies, generating an alert when such an event occurs.
Basic Windows Authorization Monitoring - Generating an alert in case of multiple failed login events happening over a short time when a logon attempt was made with explicit credentials or with special privileges assigned.
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NetCrunch 11 brings many internal changes. Some parts have been completely replaced, others significantly improved.
WMIprotocols for performance monitoring. We kept RPC as default because of better performance, but in case of problems, such as remote registry service crashing, you can now switch to WMI.