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Nagios XI - License Maintenance Status Check


Some Nagios XI users showed interest in setting up a license status check in XI. Having such a check makes perfect sense.  If you were notified that your license is about to expire, you would renew it on time thus avoiding any possible service interruptions. Also, you may be running several Nagios XI instances. You wouldn’t want to log in to each one just to check when each license expires. You could monitor all of the licenses from one central Nagios XI server.

The following document will show you how to create a license status check in XI.

Documentation - How To Set Up A Nagios XI License Maintenance Status Check


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