Nagios Hosts

You can use these host/hostgroup definitions to complete your Nagios config if needed.
Obviously, you'll have to put your own host details in!

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# Host Group configuration file
#
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define hostgroup {
hostgroup_name primary_windows
alias Windows Primary Group
}

define hostgroup {
hostgroup_name secondary_windows
alias Windows Secondary Group
}

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# Host configuration file
#
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define host {
name windows_host
max_check_attempts 3
check_command check-host-alive ; ====== you'll have to define this one
passive_checks_enabled 1
check_period 24x7
obsess_over_host 1
check_freshness 0
event_handler_enabled 1
flap_detection_enabled 1
process_perf_data 0
retain_status_information 1
retain_nonstatus_information 1
contact_groups windows_admin ; ====== you'll have to define this one
notification_interval 1440
notification_period 24x7
notification_options d,r,f
notifications_enabled 1
register 0
}

define host {
use windows_host
host_name test1
alias test1
address 192.168.1.100
}

define host {
use windows_host
host_name test2
alias test2
address 192.168.1.101
hostgroups secondary_windows,primary_windows
}