SNMP for Windows 7

Enable Microsoft SNMP on Local and Remote Windows 7

Setting up the SNMP for Windows 7 Service locally and remotely in Windows 7 is something that many administrators must do in network environments to properly monitor all of their desktops in their network using SNMP. To do this, the Windows 7 SNMP Service must be set up and configured so that the network monitoring and management software can query them for information about them.

Automatic Setup and Activation of the SNMP Service (Local and Remote PC / Servers) Below, we have highlighted the manual way to install and enable SNMP service on your Windows 7, 2008 Server and 2012 R2 Server installations - as you can see in this guide, it should apply a bit, so we've added this great tool / We've found from Solarwinds to get links from your local machine and your entire network in one place is a utility.

1. Download and install the SNMP Enabler utility for Windows from Solarwinds

2. Run the utility and set the SNMP service remotely and specify the IP Address you want to enable. The Utility also allows you to enable a batch in the Service Multiple Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2012 R2 by Importing a File that contains all the IP Addresses listed with the men Import Toplu button.
(You can export a list of all IP Addresses that are used from the DHCP server and import them into this utility.)

3. Click the Start button, the utility will go to each specified IP Address and check whether the SNMP Service is installed (if it is not available, it will install the SNMP Service on the remote server / desktop) and then configure the Community String for you.
When complete, you will see a screen as follows:

At this point, the SNMP Service will be enabled and installed with the Community String, which is ready to send data.

Manual Installation of Windows 7/2008 Server and 2012 R2 Server

Note: Be sure to use an account that is a member of the olur Local Administrators işlem group, otherwise you will have problems with the following process.

1. Start> Control Panel> Programs and Features
2. On the Left Sidebar Menu, click Turn Windows features on or off on the left side of the page.
3. When the Feature dialog box in Windows ve opens, scroll down and check the "Simple Network 

Management Protocol" box (see the following picture), then click OK.

1. For Microsoft Windows 2008 Server, the Server Manager dialog box will open. From the left menu, click Properties and in the Properties dialog box on the right side, click Add Property, scroll down and select the ve SNMP Services lay dialog box, click Next, and then click Setup. See the screenshot below:

2. For Microsoft Windows 2012 R2 Server, the Add Roles and Features wizard opens, click Next for lı Role-based or feature-based setup,, and then click Properties>.
Go to the SNMP Service and click the check box> Drop Box when you want to confirm the installation of SNMP Tools> Click Next> Click Next> Install. See the screenshots below for step-by-step tutorial:

4. At this point, you may or may not be prompted to Install a Windows 7 Setup disc, depending on how you installed your Operating System.

5. The SNMP Service is now set to start automatically with your PC.
You will also need to manually specify a community string in the SNMP service window, as they automatically specify when you install the service. SNMP for Windows 7. To do this, follow the instructions below:
1. Type start> services.msc and press Enter Key to open the Services dialog box
2. Scroll to SNMP Service and double-click to open the dialog for that service.
3. Click the Security tab
4. Make sure that the un Send authentication trap ”check box is selected.

5. Click the inden Add ild button under lay Accepted community names OKU and add your Community name to the given text field and make sure that ın READ ON tık is selected in the Community rights field, then click the ADD button.

6. In the field immediately below the community string names, you have the option of specifying which IP addresses or Host Name to specify which hosts can query the device for SNMP information; To ensure that there is only one machine that can query the data.

Now, whether you are Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or Windows 2008 Server or Windows 2012 R2 server, you should be able to monitor the machine using SNMP services. If you want a quick and easy way to enable this service without having to manually perform it manually, don't forget to make a FREE Connection from Solarwinds at the Link below SNMP for Windows 7.

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