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opsview-core:upgrading:nagvis [2013/08/15 22:26] (current)
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 +===== Nagvis access =====
 +Nagvis, being third party software, has no concept of Opsview access restrictions, so anyone who is able to see Nagvis would be able to see all hosts. Therefore, it is necessary to limit access to Nagvis itself. Make sure /etc/apache2/conf.d/opsview.conf (or /etc/httpd/conf.d/opsview.conf) has the following in the Nagvis Location section.
 +<code apache>
 +  TKTAuthToken NAGVIS
 +  TKTAuthUnauthURL /access_denied?include_header=0
 +Apache must be restarted to take effect, then any users currently logged into Opsview will have to re-login order to see Nagvis. Contacts whose role does not have the [[opsview-core:access#access_levels|NAGVIS access]] will be denied access to /nagvis.