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SNMP on Windows 2003 Server R2 SP1 64 bits

Posted on 2011-03-03
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Hello,

I´m working on enable SNMP on all our servers that are Windows 2003 Server R2 SP1  64 bits, but the problem is that when I run the add feature, it asks fof libraries that are not in the original Cds. An example is this library: evntagnt.dll and another ones.

How can I get this package to install?

Thanks for your help
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You should be able to download it from here but I think doing all the Windows updates, i.e. SP2 fixes this as well.
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Great Thanks
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Great
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by:News14
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I have the same issue but the suggested fix is not working.  Any other info would be appreciated.
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Just download the dll that the installer is asking for and select it when it prompts, you´ll need the cd anyways for another files, try the cd1 and cd2
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