If you mean "w $$start^SNMP()" then yes.
I also ran "ccontrol start ENSEMBLE"
Hi Fabian, thanks for the list of things to try.
I registered the iscnmp.dll again. %Monitor Services are running. Productions are running. ENSEMBLE instance is running.
However I did not see any SNMP listing in the System > Processes list.
Ireasoning MIB browser can succesfuly walk the Windows MIB file. But when I walk an entry in the Cache-MIB it displays (No data available)
Have any thoughts?
Ah yes, I have seen that article. However most of it is intended for Redhat OS.
I am currently out of options to troubleshoot. Either way, thank you for your help. If I come about a solution, I will post it here.
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