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Thin Client and Virtual Machines Thread, Nagios Core VM Needed in Technical; How annoying. I have got the VM working, but the login page (which actually gives you the default username and ...
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    How annoying. I have got the VM working, but the login page (which actually gives you the default username and password) refuses to accept them. See picture.
    nagios.PNG

    If anyone knows any others I can try please post them up here.
    Last edited by Dos_Box; 9th November 2011 at 09:42 AM.

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    try nagiosadmin / nagios

    or nagios / nagiosadmin

    I know the default used to be one of them (the former is what my own documentation uses by default)

    Im nearly finished this VHD, you still wanting it?

    (Im not quite sure yet how/where Ill upload it to get it to you)

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    I tried both of them already + the NagiosXI VM passwords. Very frustrating. I have a copy of NagWin (Nagios for Windows) I'll try and use. I got it to work a few days back OK, but really wanted a native version to test.

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    Admin / NagiosAdmin
    NagiosAdmin / Admin

    Case sensitive btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    Admin / NagiosAdmin
    NagiosAdmin / Admin

    Case sensitive btw
    No worky

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    Have you tried nagios / nagios?

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    Yes, and every combination thereof. Don't worry, I have Nagwin up and running on a VM now and will use that for the article.

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    You can find such information in the file 'htpasswd.users' file located in the following directory '/usr/local/nagios/etc'. The file contains the user name, but u will find the password in encrypted form. Its a start.

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    Heh, I've just spent an hour doing that. It turns out that it claims the user does not exist, so I created one, set the password, restarted services, and it still will not let me in. I have now sent an email to Nagios asking for help as it shouldn't be this difficult!

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    pleasecan you let me know with regards to my previous post/question as to whether you are still wanting this .vhd VM as I never got a reply the last time I posted; I have since left work but could finish it off here at home and get it uploaded...

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    Arrrggghhhhh! SOLVED!
    You have to install the Nagios XI components first by clicking on the 'Login to Nagios XI' link, where it sets up the username and PW for you. Once done you can log out of Nagios XI and into Core using those details.
    *Phew*

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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbieBurns View Post
    pleasecan you let me know with regards to my previous post/question as to whether you are still wanting this .vhd VM as I never got a reply the last time I posted; I have since left work but could finish it off here at home and get it uploaded...
    Hmm. I sure I did reply, but yes please. Can you set it for DHCP as well or will you want a static ip? If so please use 192.168.1.101/255.255.255.0
    Cheers

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    ok, no problem ill set it up for dhcp ubuntu works well with the hyperv synthetic drivers so just import the vhd into hyperv and it will work perfectly with dhcp, I will PM u the local user/ root password etc and also send you the steps i used to install it should you require them for your article

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