Domotz ConnectWise Manage Integration
Domotz network monitoring software includes ConnectWise Manage Integration so MSPs can monitor and manage devices in Domotz, discover issues and immediately send them to ConnectWise Manage PSA so you can track them.
MSPs can monitor and manage network infrastructure, connected devices and IoT systems directly through ConnectWise Manage.
Learn more about the Domotz integration with ConnectWise Manage.
How to set up the Domotz ConnectWise Manage Integration
You can connect your ConnectWise Manage Account into Domotz. ConnectWise Manage will become one of the Contact Channels available when creating a Shared Alert. This means that you can create or update a ConnectWise ticket when a specific event occurs in Domotz.
Configuring ConnectWise Manage security roles and API members
Security roles and API members are used for connecting Domotz to your ConnectWise Manage account. This must be performed by a ConnectWise Manage administrator with permissions to manage security roles and members. If you can’t please ask your manager.
Add security roles
Log into the ConnectWise Manage dashboard and from the navigation menu, click System, then Security Roles.
Click on “Add button” and insert “Domotz API” for role ID.
Expand the below roles groups and enable the following roles:
- Company Maintenance (Inquire Level = All)
- Close Service Tickets (Edit Level = All, Inquire Level = All)
- Service Tickets (Add Level = All, Edit Level = All, Inquire Level = All)
- Finance Agreements (Inquire Level = All)
Then click on “Save“.
The levels needed are shown in the following picture.
After adding security roles you need to add a member and API member.
Add member and member API
Open Members menu under System.
Please check you have at least one location with at least one business unit defined before creating a new member in ConnectWise Manage,
Open the API Members menu and click on the add button to create a new member API.
- Enter DomotzAPI as the Member ID.
- Select Domotz API as the Role ID.
- Select Corporate (Level 1) as the level.
- Select Corporate as the name.
- Select a location.
- Select a business unit.
- All other options should be set to best reflect that this account has a view of your entire organization, not just a single location or business unit.
- Click Save
Set an API Key on a member
After creating a member you need to create an API key. Select the member from the member’s list and then open the API Key menu.
Click on the add button and insert CW Domotz as a description. Then click on “Save”.
Copy and save the Public and Private API keys, that will be used inside Domotz.
Connect ConnectWise Manage to your Domotz account
After having created an API key inside your ConnectWise Manage account (see above) you can proceed in connecting your ConnectWise Manage account to your Domotz account.
Open the Shared Alerts and Ticketing systems menu from the left sidebar inside the Domotz App and click on Connect Account next to ConnectWise Manage section.
Fill the form with:
- Company Id: your ConnectWise Manage company ID.
- API Endpoint: please check your ConnectWise Manage URL endpoint (i.e. if you have “https://eu.myconnectwise.com” you’ll have to insert “https://eu.myconnectwise.com” inside this field).
- Public Key: generated inside your ConnectWise account (see @126.96.36.199.1.3. Set an API Key on a member).
- Private Key: generated inside your ConnectWise account (see @188.8.131.52.1.3. Set an API Key on a member).
You can then select the board on which you’d like to open tickets in. Then click on “Next”.
If you select “Automatically close tickets, if possible”, a new popup window appears to let you choose the default auto-close status:
Then you will need to select a status:
And after that you will be taken back to the main Connect popup window where you will be able to finalize and connect to your ConnectWise Manage account:
After that, you will be able to click on Manage Agents and select to which ConnectWise Manage Accounts each Domotz Agent should create a support ticket on.
You are now able to use the Contact Channel for ConnectWise Manage, within the Shared Alert profile. Once the Shared Alert profile is created, apply the Shared Alert to the Agents and Device for which you are willing to automatically open tickets in your ConnectWise Manage.