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Performance Counters MIssing SBS 2008

Posted on 2010-09-14
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In the SBS console -> Network -> Computers -> Select the server -> View Notification Settings -> Performance Counters …the only one in there is “Percent Free Disk Space.” I cannot add anything else.

Aren't there suppose to be more? How do I add them?
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by:Jamie_Wilson
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Enable disk quota's on the drive?
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by:dax_bad
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Try to reload the wmi library by running this command from a cmd: wmiadap /f
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According to MS that is the only one available and there will be no others.
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