Inside the folder there are configs called servername. More info there Personnally i just had a quick look so i can t say much. Feedback appreciated to email address embedded in the script. Any network account that will view the web interface will require an entry here. Update 6: Phil Randal: Fix multiline parsing. Restarting apache would start enable Active Directory based authentication for Nagios.
Some time ago I started to build some small scripts which can be run against an different products from Microsoft e. The files and information on this site are the property of their respective owner s. Here would be an example — change accordingly. As my domain is not broken, its a bit difficult to test all elements. We will open our servername. Once these changes are made, save the file and restart Apache.
Para la versiÃ³n en espaÃ±ol del dcdiag. You can output this to a new hosts. Querying Active Directory to obtain a list of computers in a container PowerShell provides some very convenient hooks to quickly query Active Directory objects. This is used instead of specifying the password on the command line. If many of your monitored hosts are connected to an Active Directory domain you can use PowerShell to query Active Directory, generate a list of computers, and automatically update your hosts configuration file accordingly.
We do, however, think these community contributions are pretty damn cool. I'm currently searching for docs where I can find atleast the ports which I have to monitor, but until now without success. I had the idea to define all ports which I have to monitor when I know which ports are involved , and then I want to put them into a servicegroup called active directory. I'll probably throw in dcdiag once I sit down and figure out how to parse the results. The mainproblem I have is that I my active directory knowledge tends to zero.
In this case Active Directory. Discover more about our expertise in Minto Joseph is an expert in opensource technologies with a deep understanding of Linux. Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. Checkout the Users are encouraged to contribute to and grow our Wiki. More details on the may be found. We may want to just make sure that the dnshostname property actually exists. In general, most of the properties available in Active Directory are available to the PowerShell FindAll command.
All other servicemarks and trademarks are the property of their respective owner. Right now its a limited script, no arguments and wont allow to select what to check. I dont see the need to check just parts of the dcdiag tests, so untill then I wont do it. What addition information can I get to you for find and replace this bug? But for some companies Nagios seamed to be there way to do the monitoring job. Save everything and do a nagios service restart.
Those can be adjusted or disabled entirely. But, they have no permissions yet. For helping doing all these check this post The script version 3. Update 4: Forgot to turn off verbose logging. This post is in the category: Guides Posts here are mostly step-by-step guides on how to replicate something I have set up in the past. When I'm not working, I can be found working in my home lab or out snowboarding, hiking, camping, or biking depending on the season. But what if you want users to only have access to specific hosts? Use of trademarks without permission is strictly prohibited.
Nagios, the Nagios logo, and Nagios graphics are the servicemarks, trademarks, or registered trademarks owned by Nagios Enterprises. I'm also adding in a simple login test. Thanks I used Nagios core. Right now, it's checking repadmin and using the Best Practices Analyzer to look for replication and configuration issues. Once I get it all working, if anyone's interested, I can post the script.