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I have launched the .Net Remote Performance Monitor as explained here:
http://blogs.msdn.com/stevenpr/archive/2006/04/17/577636.aspx

I wish to see the performance of my WM6 device while running a program.
I type in the name \Windows\BubbleBreaker in the 'Application' box and then hit "Connect"

I look at my PDA and see that the program BubbleBreaker launches but then after a few moments I expect to see some performance data on the screen but a message on the bottom of the Remote Performance Monitor program says:
"Application "\Windows\BubbleBreaker" cannot be found.  Make sure the applications file name and path are correct.

What is wrong here?
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Bubble Breaker is not a .net application.
.net remote performance monitor works only with .net applications, and later than CF 2.0 SP1
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