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Q6650010: I want to modify checks in the configuration. Can this be achieved programmatically?
Sure. There are samples for Powershell and VBScript in the following default Folder:   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\Powershell\ and   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\VBScript\ Check out Powershell scripts ModifyChecks.ps1 and ModifyCheck.ps1, or VBScript scripts ModifyChecks.vps and ModifyCheck.vbs.
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Q6650020: I want to put certain checks 'On Hold' in a scripted way, so I can schedule this job.
Use the following script for that:   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\VBScript\HoldChecks.ps1  (Powershell) or   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\VBScript\HoldChecks.vbs  (VBScript)
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Q6650200: Can I use the Configration API in CSharp.NET?
Sure. To write a .NET based console application, please use the following steps: Launch Microsoft Visual Studio; Create a new '.NET Console Project' In the Project context menu, choose 'Add->COM Reference...' and 'ActiveXperts Network Monitor Configuration API' In your program source code, include the 'ActiveXperts Network Monitor Configuration API' namespace like this:   using AXNMCFGLib; Declare and create a new Network Monitor Config API object like this:   NMConfig objN...
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Q6650210: Can I use the Configration API in VB.NET?
If your Visual Studio version still supports VB.NET, it is possible. VB.NET has become less prominet in recent versions of Visual Studio. To write a VB.NET based console application, please use the following steps: Launch Microsoft Visual Studio; Create a new 'VB.NET Console Project' In the Project context menu, choose 'Add->COM Reference...' and 'ActiveXperts Network Monitor Configuration API' In your program source code, include the 'ActiveXperts Network Monitor Configuration API' names...
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Q6650030: How can I display all properties of a particular Check?
Use the following script for that:   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\VBScript\ShowCheck.ps1  (Powershell) or   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\VBScript\ShowCheck.vbs  (VBScript)
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Q6650040: I would like to create new checks, in an automated way.
Use the following script for that:   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\VBScript\CreateCheck.ps1  (Powershell) or   C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Configuration API\VBScript\CreateCheck.vbs  (VBScript)
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