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Nagios XI - How To Check For Windows Updates With Nagios XI

How To Check For Windows Updates With Nagios XI

This document describes how to use Nagios XI to monitor for high priority updates from Microsoft on a remote Windows host. This includes critical and security updates, service packs, and update rollups. Monitoring for updates from Microsoft with Nagios XI allows for automated checks to alert you when a new Window updates are released so you can apply them in a timely manor and ensure a safe and secure network environment.

Documentation - How To Check For Windows Updates With Nagios XI

 

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