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NTray is a Windows app for the system tray that displays the current Nagios status of services. By Robert Wagner.


This handy addon is a Windows app (written in Perl and compiled with Perl2Exe) that sits in your system tray and displays a colored icon (red, yellow, orange, or green) that reflects the current status of services that are being monitored by Nagios. The app periodically fetches the output from the status CGI to obtain service status information. Includes graphical configuration, SSL support, and proxy support.


1.1b is a bugfix release, fixing a problem with using alternative config files as well as fixes for people using slashes in service check names in Nagios.