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hello,
I was learning about windows PE, and stumbled across the Windows Performance Recorder. This is one cool little toy, and it just so happens that at work I think I have a use for it.
one of the user's says that her computer runs slow at certain times in the day. So, on my computer I started experimenting with Windows Performance Recorder, and now want to try it on her computer. For my setup, I thought it would be more convenient if I could run this remotely, but from what I see, I don't think this is possible.
So I'm hoping that I am missing something, and this can be run remotely. Is this possible?
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Hi.

Since it can be run from the command line, you can control it from remote using psexec, for example.
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh448229.aspx shows the command syntax.
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thank you for the help.
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