Has anyone got a way of suspending monitoring for when kaseya performs a post-patch reboot on a server.
Getting way too many alerts that are un-necessary for services stopped, stop-pending etc that really arnt needed.
A server really should not be set to just reboot whenever Kaseya decides patching is done. I highly suggest scheduling a maintenance window (nightly, weekly) where patches install at a specific time, and then 2-4 hours later there is a reboot scheduled at a specific time. The reboot can be via script or patch reboot setting, but specifiy the setting and then suspend alarms based off of that.
We do what Jon suggested. We patch our servers on Saturday night starting around 11pm, and then have reboots scheduled between 3-5am Sunday morning, with alarms suspended for all servers during that reboot window.
I put in a feature request last year (March 12, 2010) for a "Suspend Alarms" script step...