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How to Monitor Windows Event Logs Using SNMP Traps

This document describes how to monitor Windows Event Logs via SNMP within Nagios® XI™ using the “Event to SNMP trap” plugin from the Nagios Exchange to allow users to quickly and easily be alerted to real-time network events and incidents taking place on their network, specifically their Windows machines.

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