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HP SiteScope - Changing the maintenance window to regenerate a new report

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Dear Experts,

We are currently using SiteScope 11.22 installed on RHEL.

For the past few weeks we accidentally put the wrong maintenance window, therefore, it has affected the uptime for the weekly report we produce every week.

 

Is it possible to incorporate the new maintenance window and regenerate a report that incorporates the new maintenance window to get the uptime?

 

Any advice on this is very much appreciated.

Thanks,

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Ok nevermind, I have found what i was looking for.

So basically I generated a report that would ignore the new maintenance window even though the maintenance window was not applied to that monitor for the past few weeks.

However, generated a report that would ignore the new maintenance window which can be selected in the drop down menu when generating a quick report.

Thanks,

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Ok nevermind, I have found what i was looking for.

So basically I generated a report that would ignore the new maintenance window even though the maintenance window was not applied to that monitor for the past few weeks.

However, generated a report that would ignore the new maintenance window which can be selected in the drop down menu when generating a quick report.

Thanks,

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