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    Greg Smulko (Redgate) commented  · 

    Hey Chris, could you please expand on what exactly you would like to see?

    I see that we have already the following in the UI:
    - for deadlock there is `Host name`,
    - for Long-running query there is `Host` in the Details tab and
    - for Blocking process there is `Host` in the Processes tab.

    Do I understand correctly that you'd like to see "hostpid" in addition to Host name for the above, or is there anything else?

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    Adam responded

    We’ve made some improvements in this area but will leave it open so you can continue to give us your suggestions

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    Greg Smulko (Redgate) commented  · 

    Hi @Phil, thanks for your comment. It is just to let you know that we are actively working on an alternative to MSSQL. Stay tuned. :)

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    Greg Smulko (Redgate) commented  · 

    Hi Tibor,

    We just released version 13.0.30 with an improvement where now it's possible to set to always redact query plan parameters, even for administrators, by setting the `SQLMONITOR_AlwaysRedactQueryPlanParameters` environment variable on the Website to `true`.

    Note that before the query plan params were masked for Standard and Read-Only roles, but always available for Administrators.

    One more thing worth mentioning: we redact values of the parameters that a query was run with, but if a sensitive value is hardcoded within a query (as opposed to being parametrized), there is not much we can to do reliably redact it - so we even don't attempt to do so.

    Does it solve the issue for your use case?

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    I think this is fixed already?

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    Daniel Rothig responded

    Thanks Phil – we are considering reworking the upgrade process. If this suggestions gains more traction, we’ll prioritise it higher

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    Greg Smulko (Redgate) commented  · 

    The unattended installation of SQL Monitor is possible as described in this article: https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm/installation-and-setup/automated-installation-and-updates .

    It's still not as good as it could be, but definitely a step in the right direction IMO. :)

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