You can check on whether the
Management Protocol (SNMP) service has already been added to a Microsoft
system by opening a Services window and scrolling through the list
of services to see if SNMP is present. You can open a Services window
to check the list of installed
services by typing
services in the
Cortana "Ask me anything" field and hitting Enter. The best
match shown should be "Services Desktop app". You can click on it to see
the list of
If you see SNMP Trap, but not SNMP Service, you will need to add the service. The process for adding it is similar to the process of adding support for SNMP under Windows 7.
Once you've added the SNMP service, the process for configuring it is the same as the process used for prior versions, such as Windows 7 - see Configuring SNMP on a Windows 7 System.