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Error while logging Performance Monitor counter to sql server


Error while logging Performance Monitor counter to sql server

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Daxesh Patel
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craigvincent (11/14/2012)
Hi Daxesh,

I've been trying to do a similar thing to you - logging performance data to SQL for two separate machines, which were not part of a domain and have come to the same conclusion that you're unable to use SQL Server Authentication.

Was just wondering if you had come across a workaround in the meantime?

Thanks,

Craig:-)


Hi Craig,

Sorry I didnot update this post after I resolved the issue

- I added entry for remote domain machine in hosts file (C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts)

- then created a windows account in both the machin with same UID + Password (as local administrator)
- created SystemDSN for this connection
Edit: - and run Perfom under this account
This worked for me
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Thanks greatly for the speedy reply! I'll experiment with that method later.

Best wishes to you,

Craig :-)
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Thanks again Daxesh, got that setup and working! It's kind of a shame that it can't be done using SQL Server Authentication, but am just glad it's working!

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