SNMP SET is not a SolarWinds product. I't is probably better address it in the General Network Management forum. There are several SNMP tools includedand you can test drive it for 21 days free.
See Greg's post below...
Actually - My colleague is confused, SNMP set is a product of ours...
Sometimes the SNMP version can be the culprit, have your tried setting "Disable SNMPv2 requests" to checked? Also, make sure you enter the device information in the "select device" area before choose the SNMP set dialog.
If those don't get you going, send me a sniff of the SNMP traffic and we'll know for sure.
Hmmm. There is one I haven't heard of before.
Sorry for the misinfo!
That worked. Thanks for your help. I can now mess around with the snmp set. Thanks again for your help.