Agentless Exception Monitoring in Essentials
Updated: April 14, 2010
Applies To: System Center Essentials 2010
Agentless Exception Monitoring is the process by which managed computers send error reports to a specified location on the Essentials management server when an application error such as a program crash occurs on the managed computer. The error reports can help you understand which applications in your environment are having problems.
You can activate or deactivate Agentless Exception Monitoring in the Configure Essentials 2010 wizard.
In This Section
- How to Start or Stop Agentless Exception Monitoring in Essentials
- Describes how to start or stop collecting application error reports in Essentials 2010.
- How to Change Group Policy Settings for Agentless Exception Monitoring in Essentials
- Describes how to change Group Policy settings and Agentless Exception Monitoring settings from the command line.
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