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Remind me about low disk space !!

Posted on 2002-04-15
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How can I get my 2000 server to remind me when I have only got say 1GB free.  "Net SEND" or Email would be preferable !

This is urgent hence the points !
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NOTE:  I do not want to buy any software for this !
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Hyper8 earned 200 total points
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Step 1: at a command prompt type diskperf -yv and re-boot. This enables the logical and physical disk counters.
Step 2: Start,Programs,administrative tools,Performance.Select Performance Logs and Alerts. Then roght click Alerts and select New Alert Settings and give it a new name. Then click add. Performance Object will be logical disk, Counter will be %free space.Click add and close then  specify the value and set your action to send a network message.

If you need a little more clarity let me know..Hope this helps..

   Hyper8
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P E R F E C T !

  MANY THANKS.
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Any time !
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