Using Network Eagle

System environment variables


Environment variables are strings that contain such information as drive names, paths, or file names. Environment variables control the behavior of various programs. For example, the TEMP environment variable specifies the location where programs should store temporary files.


Standard Windows format can be used to define environment variable in Network Eagle. The format for specifying environment variables is as follows: %VARIABLE_NAME%.

Check variables support topic for complete information on checks and alerts supporting this functinality.

See Also

Alert environment window,
Global variables,
Variables support