|08 May 2011||#1|
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Performance Monitor Unable To Connect To Machine
Lately the bandwidth use on my family's network has been going through the roof (688GB for April) so I want to start using Windows Performance Monitor to track and log how much bandwidth each computer is using. I'm able to use it for my own computer, but whenever I try to connect it to other computers on my network, it gives me an error saying "Unable To Connect To Machine"
Were all using Windows 7 Ultimate (some on x86 and I'm on x64) and we're all in the same workgroup connected to the same wireless router.
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