article Changing the default service monitors (PING or UPTIME)

There is currently no way to change the default service monitors that are associated with an element when it is added to up.time.

Default monitors can be manually adjusted or deleted after your element has been added to up.time either individually via the up.time user interface or many at a time using direct ODBC database commands.

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