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SNMP(?) question

Posted on 2006-11-14
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Hi
Im running WIN2K and Im a client on a network.
Our net admin asked to install some SNMP(?) software on our machines so that he could monitor the bandwidth (we're surfing too much it seems)

How would I access this 'program'? And is it possible to turn it off. Not that I would! =)

Thanks!
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Question by:amoran
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the program is found under the add remove windows componenets in the control panel and yes it can be turned off but dont if the admin wants it on
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