Hi all,

Excuse my ignorance; I have read everything I can find at Microsoft and here re scripting an SNMP component install but am still having issues...

I am trying to install the SNMP windows conponent as a pre-requiste for a monitoring tool used by one of my clients. This is easy to do as a manual install but have read in a post this can be done using SYSOCMGR.exe.

To create a .inf for say file/registry permissions and using secedit.exe I would open the mmc add the snap-on for security changes and make the relevant changes and then save the changes into the .inf file.

When I try this for SNMP using the Component Services snap-on I see no reference to SNMP??
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As I said I have looked at the MS site above and still am no further forward on this.

If anyone has done this please enlighten me....

Thanks and regards to all.
Jim
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I'm working on the same issue.
syscomgr works to install SNMP

First you need to create an answer file.
answerfile.txt
;SetupMgrTag
[NetOptionalComponents]
SNMP=1
[SNMP]
Any_Host=YES

Then run sysocmgr against it:
sysocmgr /i:%windir%\inf\sysoc.inf /u:"C:\answerfile.txt" /q

as long as you're allowed, this will install it.

I am having trouble making this run as a log-in script. I'm trying to run this through a VBScript GPO. I'm running it as a computer login-in script so it should have permissions but it just initializes, starts to run, and quits.
Answered 06/30/2005 by: polysulfide
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