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Zenoss desktop tray client application

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Zenstamon is a windows tray client for Zenoss 4. It is the spiritual brother of Nagstamon which performs the same functions for Nagios.

It plays different sounds when:
- A critical event occurs
- An error event occurs
- A warning event occurs
- System goes all clear

-Now you can clear events from the app itself.
-Now you can configure information to be displayed in summary.

Note: If you are using Nagios please see http://nagstamon.ifw-dresden.de/ for the application that inspired the creation of this project.

Great desktop application for Zenoss 4!

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  • Desktop Alerting fo Zenoss monitoring system.


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