Thank You, exactly what we wanted!!

:-)



On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 8:01 PM, Chris Beattie <cbeattie@geninfo.com> wrote:
Toonz IT wrote:
> Is it possible to monitor specific event ids like disk error, fro
> windows event viewer logs??

Yes, but you may have to use the NSClient++ agent on your Windows boxes
and create custom commands to do it.

http://nsclient.org/nscp/wiki/CheckEventLog/CheckEventLog

Unfortunately, I deleted the Windows event log checks after I didn't
need them any more, so I don't have a working example configuration to
show you.


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-Chris

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