You can use Systems Management Server (SMS) to translate Windows NT events into Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) traps. SNMP is the network management protocol of TCP/IP, which you can use to monitor the activity of various Windows NT resources on your network. Control information about each resource is maintained in a structure known as an SNMP trap, which is reported to the SMS Administrator console using the Event to Trap Translator.
The Event to Trap Translator converts selected Windows NT events from the Windows NT event logs to SNMP traps and sends them to the designated trap receiver. The traps must be sent to network management consoles other than the SMS Administrator console.
Start the Event to Trap Translator
Configure Clients to Translate Events to SNMP Traps
About SNMP Traps
Remote Configuration Tool
Event to Trap Translator Overview