Critical Impact

Critical Impact Events and Alerts


Application Popup A Device Driver Is Leaking Locked I-and-O Pages Causing System Degradation
    This alert condition indicates a memory leak caused by a hardware driver. A device driver is leaking locked I/O pages, causing system degradation. The system has automatically enabled tracking code in order to try and catch the culprit. You can trace the culprit driver tag using the poolmon tool.
Basic Performance Counter Monitoring Disk Monitoring
    This alert condition indicates high disk latency. This could be due to backup or antivirus applications running on a server, or could be related to heavy read/write operations on the disk. If the disk I/O is consistently high, this could indicate problems with the disk.
DNS Server Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the DNS Server service is not running.
DNS Server Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the DNS Server service terminated unexpectedly.
Duplicate IP Address Has Been Detected
    This alert condition indicates a duplicate IP address on the network. The network configuration interface settings of your computer determine how it communicates with other computers and devices on the network.
IP Conflict Issue Detected On Server
    This alert condition indicates IP conflict issues on a server. The computer cannot access network resources because it is trying to use an IP address that is being used by another computer on the network.
Local Session Manager Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Local Session Manager service is not running.
Local Session Manager Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Local Session Manager service terminated unexpectedly.
Logical Disk Manager Stops Responding Or Reports An Error
    This alert condition indicates that the logical Disk Manager stops responding or reports an error. When you swap a dynamic disk on your Microsoft Windows Server 2003-based computer while the computer is running, Logical Disk Manager may hang or report an error. After you remove the disk that you want to swap out, an access violation occurs in the Dmadmin service when Logical Disk Manager rescans the disk.
Low Memory Condition Causing Symantec -and- Norton To Fail
    This alert condition indicates that there is low available memory on the server, which is causing Symantec antivirus to fail. System memory is running very low and Norton Antivirus Realtime Protection may be unable to function properly as a result. This issue can also prevent Symantec AntiVirus Auto-Protect from scanning files for viruses. Server performance may be impacted.
Multiple Unexpected Restart Found Within Last 3 Hours
    AIS Monitoring agent has discovered multiple unexpected restarts on Windows server within last 3 hours. This might be due to any application installed on the server which has caused this problem or may be due the administrator who have forcefully initiated this restart or this might have happened due to power failure.
Multiple Unexpected Restart Occurrences Observed With -and- Without Memory Dump
    AIS Monitoring Platform has discovered unexpected restart on Windows server. This might be due to any application installed on the server which has caused this problem or may be due the administrator who have forcefully initiated this restart or this might have happened due to power failure.
Network Store Interface Service Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Network Store Interface service is not running.
Network Store Interface Service Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Network Store Interface service terminated unexpectedly.
Print Spooler Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Print Spooler service is not running.
Print Spooler Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Print Spooler service terminated unexpectedly.
Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service is not running.
Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service terminated unexpectedly.
RPC Endpoint Mapper Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the RPC Endpoint Mapper service is not running.
RPC Endpoint Mapper Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the RPC Endpoint Mapper service terminated unexpectedly.
SBCore Service (SBS2003) Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the SBCore Service (SBS2003) service is not running.
SBCore Service (SBS2003) Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the SBCore service terminated unexpectedly. (SBS2003) service terminated unexpectedly.
SBS Server Monitoring
    This alert condition indicates SBS-related issues on SBS 2000/2003. Potential issues include: multiple domain controller detection on the network, licensing issues, and domain controller shut-down.
Security Accounts Manager Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Security Accounts Manager service is not running.
Security Accounts Manager Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Security Accounts Manager service terminated unexpectedly.
Server Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Server service is not running.
Server Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Server service terminated unexpectedly.
Unexpected Restart With Memory Dump On Windows
    This alert condition indicates an unexpected restart and memory dump creation on Windows 2000 and 2003 server. This could be the result of an installed application or a forced restart performed by an administrator.
Unexpected Restart With Memory Dump On Windows Server
    This alert condition indicates an unexpected restart with memory dump on a Windows Server. BugCheck information with error code will be useful for troubleshooting this issue.
Windows Issues Detected With Cluster Service
    This alert condition indicates one or more of the following Windows cluster-related issues: Resource disk issues, resource service failures, fail over and fail back.
Windows Stop Error Detected
    This alert condition indicates a Stop error on Windows Server. These errors only appear in Windows NT-based operating systems: Win NT, Win 2000, Win2003, Win 2008. A STOP error, also called a Blue Screen of Death, will appear when an error is so serious that Windows must stop completely. STOP errors are typically hardware or driver-related.
Windows Event Log Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Windows Event Log service is not running.
Windows Event Log Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Windows Event Log service terminated unexpectedly.
Windows Firewall Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Windows Firewall service is not running.
Windows Firewall Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Windows Firewall service terminated unexpectedly.
Workstation Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Workstation service is not running.
Workstation Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Workstation service terminated unexpectedly.
Last modified April 17, 2020