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Zabbix : Add Monitoring Target(Windows)
Add Monitoring Target. Add a Windows Server 2012 R2 as an example on here.
It's necessarry to configure Windows Firewall to allow 10050 port if you enable it.
Download an binay file of Zabbix Agent on target Windows host from the Zabbix site below.
⇒ http://www.zabbix.com/jp/download.php
[2] After downloading, extract the ZIP file, then "bin" and "conf" folder exist like follows. Copy "zabbix_agentd.win.conf" which is under the "conf" and also copy 3 exe files which are under the "bin" folder into a folder which you'd like to locate them.
  For example on here, create a new folder "C:\Program Files\Zabbix_Agent" and copy files of above.
[3] Open the configuration file "zabbix_agentd.win.conf" with a text editor and change parameters.
# line 14: specify the location of log file
LogFile=C:\Program Files\Zabbix_Agent\zabbix_agentd.log
# line 74: specify Zabbix server
# line 115: specify Zabbix server
# line 126: specify the own hostname
[4] Start the command prompt with admin priviledge and iput command like follows.
    > cd C:\Program Files\Zabbix_Agent
    > zabbix_agentd.exe --config "C:\Program Files\Zabbix_Agent\zabbix_agentd.win.conf" --install
[5] After installing, open service management, then "Zabbix Agent" has been just added like follows. Click "Start" to start it.
[6] Login to Zabbix admin site with admin user and move to [Configuration]-[Hosts] tab, and then click "Create Host" button.


[7] Input a hostname for "Hostname" field, input any name you like for "Visible name" field, select a group or add a new group for "Groups" field, input IP address and DNS name for "Agent interfaces" field. For other fields are optional. If it's OK all, move to "Templates" tab.


[8] Click "Select" button.


[9] Select "Template OS Windows" and click "Select" button.


[10] Click "Add" link.


[11] Confirm the template added and click "Add" button.


[12] New monitoring target is added.
[13] After few minutes later, monitoring data is collected like follows.