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    Nagios windows client

    I was reading the Edugeek wiki, trying to get Nagios windows client setup.

    I was a little confused on the following section:
    "Download the latest version of the plugins from http://nagiospluginsnt.getproactiven...load/releases/ - make sure you get the 'bin' version "

    Are there specific plugins that are required for the windows client?
    Thanks (I am new to Nagios).

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    It just means get the one thats already compiled and not the source code.

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    The link doesn't go to the right place anymore I think. It just sends you to nagiosexchange, where there are about 10 NRPE windows clients...

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    The link doesn't go to the right place anymore I think. It just sends you to nagiosexchange, where there are about 10 NRPE windows clients...
    Yes, this is exactly why I was confused!
    If anyone knows which package on the nagiosexchange website is the correct one, or if anyone has a newer URL to use, please let me know. This would be a huge help!

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    It doesn't actually matter... you can take your pick. There are some written in C# which I use (although I cannot rememebr their name at the moment.

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    OK, it makes sense now.

    Thanks for the help!

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