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Hi All,
I need to implement on my network one solution of monitoring but there is a problem of budget !
Except nagios, Do you know if it exists a easy and free solution monitoring of networks for servers under linux and windows ?
Thanks,
Regards,
Lirlandais
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try spiceworks

spiceworks.com

We are implementing it at a few sites.  I'm not to familiar yet but others in the group love it.
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