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Nagios XI - Configuring Global Event Handlers

Configuring Global Event Handlers

This document describes how to configure Nagios® XI™ to run global event handler scripts in order to process host and service state changes, alerts, and notification information. Global event handlers allow admins to run custom-developed scripts with Nagios XI in order to create custom automation processes. 

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