I have taking over SCOM (2012 R2) and have tonnes of SCOM alerts, some are over a year old, how can I close all the alerts and get the agent to recheck every server ?
Like disk space for example, C:\ is low, but when checked its not really and the alert hasn’t cleared.
solution on another post: https://serverfault.com/a/420681/341433 not sure if I could do that ?
I am working on an Enterprise wiki site collection inside sharepoint on-premises 2013. and i have set the following approval settings:-
now i edited the home page and i added random text
qqqqqq.. where the status for the page became “Pending”. now when i access the page using contributor user or approve user, they can view the pending change + pending yellow message, as follow:-
while if i login using a Read user, the user can view the pending change (which sound valid based on the list settings), but the user did not get the yellow pending message, to explain to the user that the page he/she is reading is pending, as follow:-
so can anyone advice if i can allow the Reader users to view the pending yellow message similar to contributors and above?
We have a library that includes a column with 3 choices. We have made a view that display all items where choice = Option2. We subsequently set alerts on new items added to that view and for testing alerts for the base library. Users will receive alerts set for all new docs and will not receive alerts for docs that fit a view.
I have verified that all web servers and app servers can send email. I checked logs and have verified that immediate alerts jobs run and are sent and received, just not for the alerts based on a view.
What else can I check? Is this a bug?
I have a random issue wiht Immediate alerts on SharePoint 2013. On a library , a user has created an immediate alert on document creation and modification.
The issue is that sometimes the user receives an email on a document creation and sometimes not.
Other users having created also an alert on the same library receive the alert on the same document creation and some others not
On the next document creation the list of users who do not receive notification will change and so on
After some primary investivations, the issue seems to be in SharePoint and not in the mail infrastructure (Exchange).
Has someone already had this kind of issue on SharePoint 2013 (alerts randomly not sent) Is there a way in SharePoint to see the alerts sent (mail and hour) ?, maybe somewhere in content database ?
thanks for your help !
I have set up alerts for a set of Windows Services and IIS Application pools which are a part of an Application (Camstar). The SCOM alerting works and further i have configured Email alerts. That too works!.
Though, the alerting is storming my inbox, because all these monitored Windows services & IIS App Pools goes down all together.
So, is there a way to make SCOM send consolidated Email alerts so that it sends one email listing all the Services & IIS Pools which has gown down rather than separate email alerts for each Service & IIS Pool.
Help is much appreciated. Thanks!.
I am working on a Spring MVC project. I applied CSRF Token to login form using Spring security. When I go to the login page, I can see that a CSRF Token generated with name
_csrf. But when I use ZAP to scan the project, I always get alerts about anti-CSRF Token like this: Anti csrf attack failed
I also added
_csrf to Anti-CSRF Tokens but it still doesn’t work: (you can check image here – Anti-CSRF Tokens)
Do you know the reason why these alerts still exist? And how to fix this?
For the past 2 months, every few days to a week, I’ve been getting an Amber alert. Oddly, though, it’s the same one every time.
The notification reads as follows
AMBER Alert: Paradise- 86 Camo F-250 MI/DQQ5813. Suspect is white male. Check local media.
Yeah, I just got that today, May 3, 2019.
Besides being utterly confused at the formatting, and being too far away to do anything, The alert is just plain old.
I looked up the license plate and the missing child and the abducters were found March 14th.
A Google search trying to figure out why this alert is broken only rendered instructions on how to turn Amber alerts off. I don’t want to do that. I do not want to disable Amber alerts, I just want my Amber alerts to be correct.
I am using a different SMS app than the default (Silence) , and maybe that has something to do with it? But I doubt it. However, when I go to click on the notification, it tries to open up my old app. I don’t want it to do so because I hate dumping my messages back and forth between the two apps.
I am concerned that the old message is displaying whenever I get a new emergency message, and therefore I can’t see the new messages. What might be causing this and how might I be able to fix it?
I’m wondering if there is a way to set up an alert that lets me know if someone has added a reply to one MY posts on a discussion board.
I can set alerts for the discussion board in general (new item added, item modified, etc), but can’t seem to find a way to do this.
Is there an OOTB solution for this? If not, can I configure a workflow instead?
Note: I’m looking to avoid using Event Receivers if possible.
Hoping for some insight, is it possible to set up users to get email alerts from a list and somehow stop them from being able to actually see anything on the actual SharePoint site?
I tried the route of not giving the users site permission and setting them up with email alerts, but they don’t get anything after the initial “set up” email, so my current theory is they need some sort of permission to actual receive the emails, based on re-doing the alert, asking them to check their spam/junk folders. (however if that is wrong, feel free to correct me).
Essentially, without getting into too much detail, I’m setting up an attendance log, and the goal is to have specific users from specific teams get an email alert when someone on their team calls out and is put down on the list, but we don’t want them to have full access to the list of people who have called out for the day
Unfortunately, I’m not at all involved with our Company IT, so I’m sort of out of my element here, but I figure if I at least know this is possible, and how, I can kindly communicate that to our SP IT group for their assistance/rescue, hah.