So you will most likely set up Nagios on a Linux server. Well most people do anyway. But most networks also have Windows servers that need monitoring. It is very easy to connect Windows servers to the Linux Nagios monitoring server. In this video I take you through the whole process for connecting a Windows server. This is one lesson in a complete course I offer on Udemy. The course covers setting up the Nagios server on both Red Hat and Ubuntu based Linux systems, and how to connect Linux and Windows servers to be monitored.
The coupon is good until December 31st 2017 and gets the course for you for $10.
I am truly a geeks geek. I have worked in computers for over three decades. I have worked on mainframes, Unix systems, Linux before almost anyone knew what it was, and many other systems. I love computers, and love making them do things people think is impossible.