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Nagios XI - Using The Core Config Manager For Host Management

Using The Core Config Manager For Host Management

This document describes how to manage hosts and host groups using the Nagios® XI™ Core Config Manager. While monitoring wizards make it easy to set up new hosts in Nagios XI, the Core Config Manager allows for more precise control over host monitoring, notifications, and configurations.

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