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Monitor an exe/Alert if an exe fails

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Is there a script available that monitors a file and if it fails alert? I've seen the email scripts, so now I'm looking to see if someone has created a script that monitors & alerts if a file fails.

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Is there a script available that monitors a file and if it fails alert? I've seen the email scripts, so now I'm looking to see if someone has created a script that monitors & alerts if a file fails.

'Files' don't fail, processes do. What process are you monitoring and what is the failure indication you are watching for: i.e. process stopping, exit code, output file not generated, error message pop up... :whistle:


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Is there a script available that monitors a file and if it fails alert? I've seen the email scripts, so now I'm looking to see if someone has created a script that monitors & alerts if a file fails.

That's a fairly broad question, do you mean like a Non-Responsive .exe? If so, Victt (don't know if that's how you spell it) made a UDF for this.

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Can you give us a more precise example of what you want to do?

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Can you give us a more precise example of what you want to do?

Sorry for the broad question. I figured out what to do. I created a service to run the exe and if it fails to notify me. Thanks anyways. I tried to delete this but I didnt see the option.

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