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I am looking to install SNMP on about 3000 non domain windows 2003 servers. Is there a i would like to run a psexec command to the remote server and install snmp and update the snmp info. can anyone help me get this done?
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I am looking to run this remotley and not have to login to each machine. These machines are not on a domain.
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Hmm. You need to be admin on those machines to try and run that. And for that you need to login because they are not on a domain.
Don't think this can be done without logging in........
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