Presumable these are not being sent. If so you'll need to look at the date/time set for send date, the check box for notifying the end user (notify raise user) and the checkbox for notify assignee. For the assignee you also need to make sure the current group and current analyst are value type copied from the process into the group and user attributes. You should also make sure the Is Active checkbox is set to be true and that the background and outbound services are both running.
A good article to look through is here:
This comes up quite quickly if you do a google search of something like landesk community reminders not being sent.
Can't this be achieved without checking the check box for notifying the end user (notify raise user) and the checkbox for notify assignee?
I recommend you review the document in my reply and also the section in the designer documentation about sending reminders. It goes through pretty much what you want to do. It uses notes as the example from memory, but the principle is the same.
One question for you - How is the process designer supposed to know which reminder goes to the end user and which does to the analyst without you telling it?
How is the process designer supposed to know which reminder goes to the end user and which does to the analyst without you telling it?
Answer: I have created 2 different notifications for both the end user and the analyst. In one notification I have mentioned the email address of the End User in the User drop-down and in the another notification I have mentioned Analyst's email address.
I'm afraid you don't put email addresses into reminders. For the end user it's sufficient to check the box to notify rise user. For analysts you specify the user (not the email address) of the analyst concerned AND check the box to notify assignee. These checkboxes are the way you tell LANDESK which reminder goes to the end user and which goes to the assigned analyst. If both people are to see the same email, then you could use just the one reminder, check both boxes and fill in the assigned analyst as the user.
Given that you feel you have put in an email address, I really do recommend you review the two documents I mentioned earlier. I think the method will then become clearer to you. You should also look in the OOTB database as the Full Incident process will have reminders that have been correctly set up in them. It's always easier to work with an example that works.
To be strictly accurate, you don't have to use the notify raise user checkbox. It's a handy shorthand, but you could also check the notify assignee checkbox and value type copy the raise user of the process into the reminder user field. That way you can use the same method for both end users and analysts and it's the user you fill in that determines who it goes to. But the LANDESK documentation mostly comments on the Notify Raise user checkbox, so perhaps you might want to follow their led and use it.
A final thought from me; I recommend for the analyst reminder that you also fill in the group. That way if the process has been assigned to a group or a group+analyst and not just to analyst, things will still work and the reminder will go to everyone in the group who has the receive group emails checkbox set for that group membership and who also has their notification method set to be external in their user record. Just a thought.