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Is there a way for windows server to send an email for example when c drive is about to become full?> or when a service stops?
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Nirmal Sharma earned 2000 total points
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Yes you can. Most of the monitoring tools in market use WMI Event Notification service to monitor the Instances. You can use the same!

Google for WMI Event Notification and you will find something.

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isnt perfmon better with blat?
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