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Snmp - Perfmon - windows 2003

Snmp - Perfmon - windows 2003

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Hello,

I have install the SNMP service on my windows 2003 server with a snmp community.

Can you say me what is nécessary to do (install or configure) on this server to have more snmp information (cpu in %, user, ram and anything else).

For example, i would like to do a snmp-get on the "perfmon" monitor.

Thank you for your answers, i'm lost.

BZH

RE: Snmp - Perfmon - windows 2003

I BZH,

You need to install a third part tool/MIB on a Windows 2003 server to get access to perfmon objects.

It was available with Win2000 server but it seems that MS removed this feature = Use WMI !!!

You can find a free agent (60 counters) here : http://www.snmp-informant.com/

Take a look at this link for other stuff : http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1721734&;SiteID=17

Rgds

Nono
PS : Bonjour à la Bretagne  ;)

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