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The WMI query had problems - Windows Server 2022

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The WMI query had problems - Windows Server 2022

Postby sanagios » Thu Jan 06, 2022 8:05 am

We recently tried to add a WINDOWS SERVER 2022 server to our Nagios monitoring, but we are getting the error "UNKNOWN - The WMI query had problems"
nagios error win 2022.jpg
Error Nagios x Win 2022


We review the accesses and everyone is in agreement, just like other servers that work in monitoring.

I found the log below on the win 2022 server, the user and the IP in the log are from the monitoring user and the monitoring server's IP, but I don't know how to go about increasing the authentication level or how this will help with the functioning of the monitoring in this server.

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Error in server 2022


Someone who is also having this problem to monitor windows server 2022 or any help is welcome.

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Re: The WMI query had problems - Windows Server 2022

Postby mcapra » Mon Jan 10, 2022 11:39 am

There was quite a bit of chatter on this issue in another thread:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=63625

More in a separate thread in the customer support section of the forum:
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=63266

Post from the check_wmi_plus plugin maintainers on the issue:
https://edcint.co.nz/checkwmiplus/long- ... lus-alive/

Unfortunately, no solution beyond "switch to NCPA" or writing your own WMI based client on something like impacket. This is fundamentally a problem with the wmic client on Linux.
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