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how can I create custom errors in VCENTER

like if a guest CPU is high , can I have it generate a custom error and not the one that comes with it ?


thanks!!!!!!
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Yes, it is called alerts in main vcenter menu... Not machine or host menu.
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do you mean alarms?
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Well, yes....
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thanks and sorry for the delay
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