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Value

Value specifies a value for ValidCommunity.

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This element does not appear in the Properties pane of Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM) until you add ValidCommunity to the answer file.

You can use this setting in Core installations of Windows Server® 2008, by enabling SNMP-SC in the Windows Foundation package.

Values

 

1

Specifies that the agent has no permissions.

2

Specifies that the agent has a notify permission.

4

Specifies that the agent has a read-only permission.

8

Specifies that the agent has read/write permissions.

16

Specifies that the agent has read/create permissions.

Valid Passes

Parent Hierarchy

Applies To

For the list of the supported Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see Microsoft-Windows-SNMP-Agent-Service.

XML Example

The following XML sample output shows how to set SNMP.

<PermittedManagers>
   <A1>networkhost</A1>
</PermittedManagers>
<RFC1156Agent>
   <sysContact>MyContact</sysContact>
   <sysLocation>MyLocation</sysLocation>
   <sysServices>65</sysServices>
</RFC1156Agent>
<TrapConfiguration>
   <TrapConfigurationItems wcm:action="add">
      <Community_Name>Private</Community_Name>
      <Traps>ComputerName</Traps>
   </TrapConfigurationItems>
   <TrapConfigurationItems wcm:action="add">
      <Community_Name>Public</Community_Name>
      <Traps>2</Traps>
   </TrapConfigurationItems>
</TrapConfiguration>
<ValidCommunities>
   <ValidCommunity wcm:action="add" wcm:keyValue="Community1">2</ValidCommunity>
   <ValidCommunity wcm:action="add" wcm:keyValue="Community2">4</ValidCommunity>
</ValidCommunities>

See Also

Concepts

ValidCommunity

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