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brandghost

WinPE 4.0 with SNMP

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brandghost    0

I have putted BurnIn in my WinPE 4.0 ISO image.

After initialized, it will started BurnIn test for 30 mins.

I would like to check the CPU, MEM and Disk usage from remote.

Can I add SNMP feature in my WinPE ISO image?

I try to modify REG file but cannot start SNMP service with command line.

Any suggestion?

sorry for my poor English :(

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Tripredacus    285

Your software should create burn logs and you should have no problem copying them off to a network share.

There have been some attempts to enable RDP on WinPE, I don't know how successful those have gone.

You may want to look at DaRT which is designed for this type of purpose. Maybe with a DaRT WinPE you can still run your burn program.

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/enterprise/products-and-technologies/mdop/dart.aspx

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brandghost    0

The reason that i want to enable SNMP service is for MRTG or Cacti.

My purpose is to make the stress start automatically and i can monitor HW from remote client's IE.

thanks for any help~

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