Lot of files are created in C: drive(making the drive full) while monitoring Exchange Server via Powershell in APM
When powershell is used for monitoring Exchange server, the processing of commands is logged in some .psd1 files. This logging property is specified in "Local Group Policy Editor".
By default, logging is disabled. In case if the customer environment has those logging property enabled, then lot of files will be created in C: quickly making it full.
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Uninstrumented Block of Code - APM Insight
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Self monitor Applications Manager using APM Insight Java Agent
Applications Manager is built with Java, hence we can monitor it using APM Insight Java Agent to measure it's performance continuously, which can be very much useful. Setting up APM Insight Java Agent Follow the below steps to download and set up the ...
Troubleshooting errors in Exchange Online (PowerShell Mode)
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Self monitor Applications Manager using Real User Monitoring
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Troubleshooting steps for Server Hardware Health Monitoring
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