If an argument for a service check contains a colon (":"), it's replaced by an exclamation mark ("!") when the cfg files are written.
There appears to be no alternative to prevent this, other than editing the cfg file between writing and server restart.
This is a serious issue when used in conjunction with NC_Net to check Windows servers - for example, MS SQL Server uses a colon in Performance Monitor objects.
Please see the post in the forum for more detail.
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