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30. 03. 2022 Davide Gallo NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Log off an RDP User Session through the NetEye Command Orchestrator Part 2

In our previous post we discussed how to handle RD users using CMDO, focusing on the scripts needed to obtain a unique identifier for each users in the RD Farm. In this post I want to focus on how to create the CMDO commands and set their permissions correctly. Our user caseAs an admin I…

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15. 02. 2022 Alessandro Romboli NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Log off an RDP User Session through the NetEye Command Orchestrator

ScenarioIn a Microsoft Remote Desktop environment, it’s a common need to force the logoff of a hanged user session. The NetEye Command Orchestrator (CMDO) can help us perform this task by executing remote commands through the Icinga2 agent API. There’s a security limitation built into the Command Orchestrator which allows only numeric parameters for executed…

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09. 09. 2020 Alessandro Romboli NetEye

Installing and Configuring Monitoring Agents in a Windows Domain – Part 1

Scenario It’s quite typical to have several managed Windows Servers joined to a Windows Active Directory Domain. But how do you handle the automated installation and configuration of the monitoring agents? How do you keep them up to date? DSC Framework: A Potential Native Solution DSC (Desired State Configuration) is a management platform in PowerShell…

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20. 08. 2009 Juergen Vigna Unified Monitoring

Misc Windows checks for Nagios

I just today saw a page with good ideas for check for a Windows/Exchange/SQL Server. This is the original link if you are interested nagioswiki.com. Please pay attention when copy pasting it to your config files as you may have problems copy/past of the “ sign. Insert the following into you commands.cfg or define them…

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