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I have a group policy to add the IP of a permitted SNMP Manager: enter image description here

How would I alter this to add additional permitted managers (More IPs)?

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There's a policy setting for this under Computer Configuration --> Administrative Templates --> Network --> SNMP --> Permitted Managers. You don't need to modify the registry directly.

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Ah, perfect example of how I can probably figure this out on my own (See my own answer to this question) -- but by asking I get a better answer. – Kyle Brandt Jun 30 '11 at 13:13

I believe I see now, Value name is each entry.

So add "3" for the next one with the data being the Ip.

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