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The Zoom Service Status sensor monitors the global status of all Zoom services. For a detailed list and descriptions of the channels that this sensor can show, see section Channel List.

Sensor in Other Languages. Add Sensor. The Add Sensor dialog appears when you manually add a new sensor to a device. It only shows the settings that are required to create the sensor. You can change nearly all settings on the sensor’s Settings tab after creation. Basic Sensor Settings. Click the Settings tab of a sensor to change its settings. Sensor Name. Enter a name to identify the sensor.

Parent Tags. Shows tags that the sensor inherits from its parent device , parent group , and parent probe. This setting is for your information only.

You cannot change it. Enter one or more tags. Confirm each tag with the Spacebar key, a comma, or the Enter key. You can use tags to group objects and use tag-filtered views later on. Tags are not case-sensitive. Tags are automatically inherited. For performance reasons, it can take some minutes until you can filter for new tags that you added.

The sensor has the following default tags that are automatically predefined in the sensor’s settings when you add the sensor:. Select a priority for the sensor. This setting determines the position of the sensor in lists. The highest priority is at the top of a list. Choose from the lowest priority to the highest priority. Sensor Display. Primary Channel. Select a channel from the list to define it as the primary channel.

In the device tree, the last value of the primary channel is always displayed below the sensor’s name. The available options depend on what channels are available for this sensor.

You can set a different primary channel later by clicking below a channel gauge on the sensor’s Overview tab. Graph Type. Define how different channels are shown for this sensor:. Stack Unit. This setting is only visible if you enable Stack channels on top of each other as Graph Type.

Select a unit from the list. All channels with this unit are stacked on top of each other. By default, you cannot exclude single channels from stacking if they use the selected unit.

However, there is an advanced procedure to do so. Debug Options. Result Handling. Define what PRTG does with the sensor result:. Inherited Settings. By default, all of the following settings are inherited from objects that are higher in the hierarchy. We recommend that you change them centrally in the root group settings if necessary. To change a setting for this object only, click under the corresponding setting name to disable the inheritance and to display its options.

For more information, see section Inheritance of Settings. Scanning Interval. Click to interrupt the inheritance. Select a scanning interval from the dropdown list. The scanning interval determines the amount of time that the sensor waits between two scans. Choose from:. The minimum scanning interval of this sensor is 1 minute. The recommended scanning interval of this sensor is 5 minutes. If a Sensor Query Fails.

Select the number of scanning intervals that the sensor has time to reach and to check a device again if a sensor query fails. Depending on the option that you select, the sensor can try to reach and to check a device again several times before the sensor shows the Down status. This can avoid false alarms if the monitored device only has temporary issues.

For previous scanning intervals with failed requests, the sensor shows the Warning status. Sensors that monitor via Windows Management Instrumentation WMI always wait at least one scanning interval before they show the Down status. It is not possible to immediately set a WMI sensor to the Down status, so the first option does not apply to these sensors. All other options can apply. If you define error limits for a sensor’s channels, the sensor immediately shows the Down status.

None of the interval options apply. If a channel uses lookup values, the sensor immediately shows the Down status. Schedules, Dependencies, and Maintenance Window. You cannot interrupt the inheritance for schedules, dependencies, and maintenance windows.

The corresponding settings from the parent objects are always active. However, you can define additional schedules, dependencies, and maintenance windows. They are active at the same time as the parent objects’ settings. Select a schedule from the list. You can use schedules to monitor during a certain time span days or hours every week.

You can create schedules, edit schedules, or pause monitoring for a specific time span. For more information, see section Schedules. Maintenance Window. Select if you want to set up a one-time maintenance window. During a maintenance window, monitoring stops for the selected object and all child objects.

They show the Paused status instead. Choose between:. To terminate an active maintenance window before the defined end date, change the time entry in Maintenance Ends to a date in the past. Maintenance Begins. This setting is only visible if you enable Set up a one-time maintenance window above. Use the date time picker to enter the start date and time of the one-time maintenance window.

Maintenance Ends. Use the date time picker to enter the end date and time of the one-time maintenance window. Dependency Type. Select a dependency type. You can use dependencies to pause monitoring for an object depending on the status of a different object. You can choose from:. To test your dependencies , select Simulate Error Status from the context menu of an object that other objects depend on. A few seconds later, all dependent objects are paused.

You can check all dependencies under Devices Dependencies in the main menu bar. This setting is only visible if you enable Select a sensor above. Click and use the object selector to select a sensor on which the current object will depend. Dependency Delay Sec. This setting is only visible if you select Select a sensor above. Define a time span in seconds for the dependency delay.

After the master sensor for this dependency returns to the Up status, PRTG additionally delays the monitoring of the dependent objects by the time span you define.



– Introducing the new Zoom Service Status sensor in PRTG

For example, you can view your network’s status, view monitoring results, For example, you can zoom in a 30 days graph so that it shows data for 6 days. Click the + or — buttons on the left in the header bar to zoom in or out of the graph. Click probe and group nodes to show the respective dependencies. Note: As of PRTG , PRTG comes with a native Zoom Service Status sensor out of the box. With PRTG, you can monitor Zoom with the REST Custom sensor.


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