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Windows Security MIBs

David Frederiksen
Occasional Visitor

Windows Security MIBs

Does anyone have MIBs for the Windows Server 2003 SP2 Failed Login traps?
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David Frederiksen
Occasional Visitor

Re: Windows Security MIBs

As my pervious post exposes, I am very new to the use of Insight Manager 5.2. To clarify my initial enquiry, which MIB will have the Failed Login information:
mib_ii.mib
wins.mib
?

Or, can anyone introduce me to how I can determine this on my own?
Rob Buxton
Honored Contributor

Re: Windows Security MIBs

What are you trying to do?
HPSIM reports on failed logins to itself, but that's an internally generated event it doesn't rely on a MIB.
If you're trying to use something like evntcmd to convert windows events to snmp and use HPSIM has a more generic snmp handling server then that's a separate issue.

I have seen a generic MIB that apparently handles windows events. You might want to search the forum - I've not tried using it myself.
David Frederiksen
Occasional Visitor

Re: Windows Security MIBs

I am already trapping windows security events; however when they arrive in HPSIM they are generic. I have isolated all the MIBs on the server where the events are being trapped but I don't know which one to compile and register with HPSIM so the events no longer appear generic.

I am working towards using HPSIM to monitor more events so we have a single point of reference for event handling.

The hiearchy is pretty confusing.