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How to retrive a perfomance data from remote computer

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I need to retrive a Processor and Memory useage from remote NT computer.

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You can use a functons in PDH.DLL (Represent a Performance Data Helper API) under Win NT famaly OS. A Delphi port of PDH.DLL you can find on Delphi-Jedi site (http://www.delphi-jedi.org/).

Under Win9x/ME You mast read performance data from registry manulaly useing remote registry connecting.

In both cases you mast have rights to read data from registry on remote computer.
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