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Old 02-23-2017, 06:03 PM   #1
jathan
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Display customized name of client instead of hostname in Icingaweb2


Hello everyone. I want to identify through Icinga2 web interface my clients through a customized name per host to be easier than the FQDN or hostname. Can someone tell me please in which config file of the master server I need to set that using Icinga2 version 2.6.2 in Debian Jessie?

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