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That sounds like the right approach. You'd also modify your process to have a windowless action called 'send alert' which was followed by the reminder. Typically I do this as two scheduled actions. The first calculation sets a flag on the process window which isn't visible saying this process needs an alert. The second schedule then sends the alert by running query with only those items with the flag set and runs the 'send alert' action. This then typically keeps sending an alert until the flag is cleared in some way, so that's worth thinking about.
So nothing too tricky and just requires some thought about when messages need to be sent.
Awesome thanks for the input! I'll start brainstorming and see what I can come up with.
But remeber: dmshimselfs way to do this requires that the ci is linked in a process.
True, true, but that's true of most things in LANDESK. I often find it works out for the best as you can then do things like close an alert by closing the process and thus stop messages even if the date has expired.