Set up downtime notifications to instantly identify service interruption
ADSelfService Plus can notify admins via email when it stops running due to service stoppage or when someone shuts it down for maintenance. With this notification, you can immediately take corrective actions, and get ADSelfService Plus up and running. This will help users access self-service features and use single sign-on without major interruption.
Steps to configure downtime notifications:
- Log into ADSelfService Plus as an administrator.
- Navigate to Admin → Product Settings → Mail/SMS Settings → Mail Settings.
- Under Notification Settings, select the Enable Downtime Notifications checkbox.
- Click Save Settings.
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