Thanks for the reply. I hear you on the
registry query, but that would mean I’d need Framework to run a task (or
the like). I was hoping of a way to do without needing an EP, since not
all the client’s machines have one as of yet.
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Behalf Of Denis Peuziat
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2007
Subject: Re: [NV-L] remote query
of SNMP settings.
can do this through registry as the trap destination setting is a registry key.
For example on a windows 2000 server:
communityname and trapdestination are the settings of your SNMP service. So the
pb is that if you don't know the communities setted on the servers, you will
have to retrieve everything under TrapComfiguration to know which trap
destination have been configured.
[NV-L] remote query of SNMP settings.
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Is there any way of checking the trap destination settings (on Windows
specifically) remotely (ie via SNMP)? I’ve got a client requirement
to do this so that they don’t have to go server-to-server.
suggestions are appreciated, and I thank you in advance…
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