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i am hoping that this is an easy question for someone. i have two win2k advanced server boxes. lets name box 1 source and box 2 destination. i need to know the services that need to be enabled for performance monitor on source to monitor the cpu on destination.

source (watch CPU via perforance monitor) => destination (what services/permissions are needed)

there is only a switch b/w the two boxes. hope i was clear enough.
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This should get you started,

Monitoring Server Performance and Activity
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtechnol/windows2000serv/default.asp

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i need to change the question a bit. i read the perf mon has no dependencies. so now i need to know what permissions need to be in place have perfmon work talk to those two boxes.
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You need to be a part of the Domain Admis group to monitor CPU on a server remotely.
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