I believe you might be referring to the below. Correct?
Are you are an on-premises or SaaS customer? In either case, I suppose you would have some sort of monitoring tool such as SolarWinds or Splunk for your AirWatch infrastructure?
As you may already know, admin with a directory account will not be able to log into the web console if the cloud connector is not available.
Hi Tom -
Thanks for the response. The screenshot you provided is not actually what I was referring to. In the past, there was an admin monitor screen in the console which showed the server name, how recently it connected to the console, and some other details regarding the cloud connector. If I viewed this screen from the top level OG it would display all cloud connectors available at all sub-OGs which was a convenient snapshot if I were performing any type of troubleshooting. It is that screen which I believe may have been removed, or at least buried somewhere difficult to locate.
Thanks for that. Coincidentally, I stumbled across that same item on my own while doing some testing today. I didn't realize that the server name and IP address were now displayed when a test connection was performed. This is admittedly a clumsy approach compared to having a single inquiry screen, but at least it does permit me to find the information I need. Hopefully the inquiry screen returns in a future iteration.