SNMP 2003 server

Posted on 2005-03-28
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Can anyone point me to a resource that will show me how to set up snmp agents and traps on Windows 2003 and xp? I am trying to set it up using a book that was written for NT4. Do administrators still use snmp?

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Yes, administrators still use SNMP.

To configure SNMP, open services.msc and right-click the SNMP services to select properties.

Here is where you can select what servers/IP addresses to send alrts to, who can query SNMP information, and SNMP community information.

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