How to perform "Unmanage and Reset status" action on monitors

How to perform "Unmanage and Reset status" action on monitors

    1.) Navigate to Monitors page and switch to BULK CONFIGURATION view and select List View tab.

    2.) Select the check box for the unmanaged monitor which still shows availability and health status and click on the action dropdown.

    3.) Click on the Unmanage & Reset status option to reset the current status of the monitor which you’ve unmanaged.

    4.) Now the alarm status of the unmanaged monitor is graded out.

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