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SNMP reading issue

Posted on 2010-08-30
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Hi,

On our windows 2003 SNMP service was configured and running well

But since two days ago it's stopes and whenever I try to edit security setting I get the following error once I click on security tab
"failed to read a registry key. This is may be due to lack of resources. Try closing other windows applications to fix the problem"

How can I solve this issue
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Have you tried using procmon to see which key it is trying to read?

http://live.sysinternals.com/procmon.exe
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