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WMI on TMG 2010

Posted on 2012-03-29
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Hello,

I would like to use WMI to monitor my TMG 2010 server via PRTG, but I am having some trouble getting it to work. I read a couple articles, but all without success. Can someone offer any advice?
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Create an access rule that allows the traffic.

From: Internal, LocalHost
To:  Internal, LocalHost
Protocols: <whatever>
Users: All Users
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by:infoplateform
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Just Allow All Once for troubleshooting purpose

i do not think so it is blocking  at your firewall end.it must be mis-configuration at ur end i think you must re-check wmi configuration



http://www.poweradmin.com/help/enableWMI.aspx
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I'll take a look at the link, however WMI and SNMP both worked fine until I installed TMG2010...
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by:balal604
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1) Add a new group "RemoteEx Management Computers"
3) Add new user define protocol (name it "wmi-extra" or something like that)
tcp outbound port 1026-1026

3)new access rule (named WMI)
protocols
1) RPC all interface ( filtering : in configure rpc: clear the check box Enforce strict rpc compliance.. )
2) Wmi-extra
From "RemoteEx Management Computers"
To "Local Host"

http://forums.isaserver.org/m_410001100/mpage_1/key_/tm.htm#2002113023
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