To use this integration, you must ensure that your NHServer application is version 13.05 or above.
To enable the Datto RMM integration in Halo, go to Configuration > Integrations, and enable the module. Once the module has been enabled, click the menu icon for the module to begin configuring it.
The first setup steps require you to input your API Url, API Key and API Key Secret that will need to be generated in Datto RMM. To generate these values, first navigate to Setup > Account > Access Control and set "Enable API Access" to ON.
Next, navigate to Setup > Users, and select the User that you would like to enable the API access for. Once selected, click the "Generate API Keys" hyperlink, and an API Key and API Key Secret will be generated. You will also find the API Url below this.
Once the values have been generated, revert back to the Datto RMM integration setup screen in your Halo application, and copy the values you have generated into the corresponding fields.
When an alert is raised in Datto RMM, an email can be sent to a mailbox of your choice. By choosing a Mailbox which has been setup in Halo, these alert emails can be processed and turned into tickets.
To assist with processing these emails correctly, a From Address field and Default Ticket Type field are available in the Datto RMM integration setup screen in Halo.
The from address should be set to the email address that will be sending the alert emails from Datto RMM. You can then decide which ticket type new alerts are created as using the default ticket type option.
Once the alert has been received by your Halo application, it will be logged as a ticket, and you can action this as you normally would. Once the ticket is closed in Halo, a request will be sent to Datto RMM to also close the alert in Datto RMM.
If you would like to further modify the behaviour of alerts when they are received, you can make further modifications to the email rule which has been created for you by navigating to Configuration > Email > Email Rules, and choosing the Datto RMM Alerts rule.