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Published on 03.11.09 by Brent Trahan

Install Simple Network Management Protocol SNMP

Learn how to install Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) in Windows 7.

Install Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

  1. Open the Control Panel in the Start menu.
  2. Open Programs and Features in the Control Panel.

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    Note: If Programs and Features is not available, change View by to Large icons at the top right of the Control Panel.

  3. Click Turn Windows features on or off in the left column of the Programs and Features window.

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  4. Check off Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and then click OK.

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9 Responses to “Install Simple Network Management Protocol SNMP”

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  1. Isaac Uban says:

    Worked great. Trending my CPU, RAM, Hardisks in no time.

  2. san says:

    how can i set community name for snmP in win 7. were can i find that settings

    thanx in advancd

  3. DAN says:

    exactly, can’t find where to set community name

  4. Dima says:

    To set Community String in Windows 7:

    Start -> Control Panel-> Administrative Tools-> Services.

    Find : SNMP Service.

    Go to Security Tab : under Accepted Community names click Add

  5. leye0 says:

    Well, thanks!
    But now, what about de MIBS if I want to translate OID index?

  6. leye0 says:

    (Oops, this one is for followup comments, I didn’t check! Thanks again)

  7. leye0 says:

    Haha. I meant “the mibs”. French typo.

  8. Sudiro says:

    let me know the SNMP version of Windows 7. SNMPv2 or SNMPv3. Many thanks

  9. ffeijo says:

    Properties for SNMP were not showing in the security tab. Took me a while to think of running as administrator the “Computer Management” .msc; when I did the tab showed up.

    Not my brightest moment, though it may help someone else also not having a good day.

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