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Use GPO to enable SMTP and provide an "allowed" list of IP's

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I would like to add the SNMP info if possible through a GPO. Especially the “allowed’ list. I want the allowed list to include 3 specific IP's
If we can also add the comm. Strings for read and write (6krle1 and 6krle2 respectively)

Is this possible?
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I believe that it is not possible. Probably some more experts may help you
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No this is not a job for Group Policy. What exactly are yoy trying to achieve?
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I would like the servers to get the registry info that would setup the SNMP community and authorized send/recievers.  I was tyring to avoid using a script but I guess that might be what I have to do
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