run a file, when remote computer become unvailable

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  1. ShahabMG

    ShahabMG

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    Hello masters. I'm newbie and have an urgent question
    We have a SQL server in our remote office that stores accounting software databases.
    I'd like to run a bat file (or an application), when the server is unavailable for a while.
    for example, In case of the server ping timed out for 3 minutes, the warning message displayed on the clients desktop. Or when the server returns to the network, sync operation runs automatically.
    In my researches, I found that some network monitoring tools do this job, based on ping of server. ie they can monitor a set of IPs and launch/close an application when the ping status changes. But I couldn't find any suitable solution.
    Would you please help me to find a solution? any comment will appreciated.
     
    ShahabMG, Aug 8, 2014
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