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NSClient - ERROR: Invalid password.

#11
Hey Robbie,

Thank you for your reply =)

So where do I place the password within Nconf?

Nems needs to authenticate against NSclient++ before NSclient++ will pass information form the windows PC/Server to Nems?

Cheers
Pete Smith
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#12
Hi Pete,
When you create the checkcommand for the host, you need to include the args at the bottom.

It does require a certain level of experience/understanding at this point, which I regret... I'm doing my best to get through all the coding so I can change modes to documentation ... but 1.4's release cycle is not really about docs. It's about ports. So 1.5 will be more documentation centric.

Perhaps there is someone in the community who could step up and improve that area of the docs for now.

I will do my best to find the time. Can you ping me if nobody else stops by to help?

Thanks!
Robbie
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#13
Heh, just checked - it's already in the docs.

https://docs.nemslinux.com/usage/nrpe_on_windows

"Clear the Password field for ease of deployment. NEMS sample scripts are setup to use NRPE without a password because I’m making the assumption that this is being deployed in a trusted LAN. If you do not blank the password here, you will have to edit all the scripts before NEMS will be able to communicate with this computer."
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