I believe that you are complaining about the auto services stopped monitor. You can edit the monitor to exclude specific services by:
- Click on Monitors
- Click on the Internal Monitors Tab
- Double Click Auto Services Stopped monitor entry
- Under the "Additional Conditions" section add the service name into the list.
I was unhappy with a bunch of services alarming so mine additional conditions now looks like this:
services.Startup='Auto' and services.Name not in ('WZCSVC','Fax','StiSvc','WinDefend','MMCSS','sppsvc','MHN','ehstart','DPS','SysmonLog','winvnc','wscsvc','srservice','Browser','TPM','TBS','ShellHWDetection','wlms','clr_optimization_v4.0.30319_32','clr_optimization_v4.0.30319_64','clr_optimization_v2.0.50727_32','BBSvc','tcsd_win32.exe','gupdate','GotoMyPC','Brother XP spl Service','Net Driver HPz12','Pml Driver HPZ12','RoxWatch9','RoxWatch12','RoxLiveShare9','DellDigitalDelivery') and services.Display not like '%Printer%' and computers.OS like '%Windows%' AND Services.Driver=0
I might be overboard on this at this point but I have far fewer false positives than when we started.