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Vinnie

SNMP Agent configuration

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Hi everyone,

Has anyone utilized AutoIT to automate the deployment (service install/start) and configuration of SNMP Agents on Windows NT, 2k, 2003 servers?

If so, can you share your experience and if possible, scripts?

I figure I'd ask before i venture into doing it myself. I am attempting to centralize the deployment/configuration of snmp agents on windows servers. Assume that I will have credentials to login into the platform remotely.

Thanks again. I've searched this forum but no hits.

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This isn't a support forum. Scripts and Scraps is to post finished scripts. Ask this in v3 Support


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Vinnie, every day, there are hundreds of people joining the forum asking: "Has program x been automated before like so?". Most people who make topics like this, also post in the wrong forum, despite the fact that this subforum has a big red bar on top saying: " This is not a general support forum!". Especially when they use titles that suggest that this could also very well be a program or script. Most of those people also leave the forum within a few days, never trying to learn more of AutoIt's syntax at all. I can't really explain how annoyed I am at this phenomenon, do you see me running to a C forum and asking wether this and that has been done before? No, you don't. Why? Because I try to learn things myself first, and I think you have no right to not do the same.

Edit: Clarity. Removed contradiction.

Edited by Manadar

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