Trigger a device check-in via powershell
We use powershell scripts to shut down and start SQL services before and after maintenance. The scripts create a suppression window before and after as well. However, if the suppression window is removed too soon after the services are up, alerts are still fired because SQL Monitor thinks the server is still down. We workaround this by adding a delay in the scripts, but it's annoying to sit and wait for it. I'd like to be able to force SQL Monitor to check in with the server before removing the alert suppression window.