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Windows 7 - Monitor performance of remote system.

When using the Performance Counter Monitoring add-in under Windows 7 to monitor performance data on a remote machine, you may receive a “No Machine” result when attempting to connect as an alternate user or add performance data filters if the user under which IPSentry is running is not a domain administrator.

Security Requirements
In order to obtain performance counter information remotely from a Windows 7 workstation, the user specified for logon credentials MUST be a member of the Performance Log and Event Log Readers group. The firewall must have the performance logs and alerts exception enabled, and the Remote Registry service must be running on the remote system in order to access performance data. By default, the remote registry may be set to Manual and you will need to set the service start mode to Automatic.
post edited by IPSentrySupport - 2011/01/25 20:34:42

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