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Nagios Fusion - Multi-Tenancy

Problem Description

Nagios Fusion is connected to a Nagios XI server and that XI server has multi-tenancy implemented. Users that are logged into Fusion can see hosts and services that they cannot normally see when logged onto XI.

 

Explanation

Versions Prior To Nagios Fusion 4

Multi-tenancy was not incorporated into Nagios Fusion. Even though you can set up the server's credentials for a "read-only" user, under the Fusion Tactical Overview, you will be able to see the info that admins see.

 

Nagios Fusion 4

Multi-tenancy has been incorporated, for more detailed information please refer to the following documentation:

Documentation - Managing Fusion Users

 

Final Thoughts

For any support related questions please visit the Nagios Support Forums at:

http://support.nagios.com/forum/

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