You can use the Snmputil.exe support tool to verify that the SNMP service has been correctly configured to communicate with SNMP management stations. Note that this tool is not available on the Windows Server 2003 installation CD, but you can use the Microsoft Windows 2000 version of this tool to query a computer running Windows Server 2003.
- get: This command gets the value of the requested object identifier.
- getnext: This command gets the value of the next object that follows the specified object identifier.
- walk: You use this command is used to step through (walk) the Management Information Base (MIB) branch that is specified by the object identifier.
The following sections illustrate a sample query and response.
snmputil getnext <machine name> public .1.3
Value = Windows Version 5.2 (Build 3621 Uniprocessor Free)
Article ID: 323340 - Last Review: Jan 7, 2008 - Revision: 1