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Possible to monitor machine.config files?

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Possible to monitor machine.config files?

I have a requirement to better manage my machine.config files on my IIS servers. For example, I have four IIS servers behind a load balancer. I need to make sure that each of them has a particular entry in the machine.config

 

I would also like to be able to document what code is accessing which machine.config entries. I am not sure which entries are in use. I also need to determine which applications will be impacted if I make a change to a particular machine.config entry. Is this possible with this product?

 

thanks,

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Re: Possible to monitor machine.config files?

Yes, it's possible, but you'll need to learn some basic concepts.

Check "File Monitor by Shell" Job for examples of reading the file on destinations.

I'm attachign Developers Reference document that could be usefull for you.

Hope this helps.

 

 

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-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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Re: Possible to monitor machine.config files?

Just double checking that I will be able to find out what code is looking at what entry in the machine.config using this

 

thanks,

HPE Expert

Re: Possible to monitor machine.config files?

Requested functionality doen't exist in the UCMDB at the moment.

 

You will be able to find the code accessing local files on the destination and populating it into CI.

You or consultant will need to develop custom script with your specifc logic.

 

You also welcome to raise enhancment request. You'll need to raise support ticket for this. 

 

Regards
-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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