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Q6800012: I want to monitor a mapped network drive. The drive mapping is named T: and it maps to a network share. ActiveXperts Network Monitor is not able to monitor this drive mapping. Why is it?
Persistent drive mappings defined per-user (not per computer) and are only restored on interactive logon. Since ActiveXperts Network Monitor runs as a service in the background, it does not logon interactive. As a result, drive mappings cannot be monitored. You can only monitor drives and folders using a UNC formatted share network folder.
Network Monitor > Monitoring Disk Drives and Disk Space
Q6800010: I'm having problems monitoring Disk Drives usage on a remote server. How can I troubleshoot?
Q6800017: When trying to monitor disk space on a remote workstation, I get the following error: "Result is: Uncertain" with Last Response saying: "Unable to retrieve space for disk [\\Wks001\C$]". What is the problem?
Q6800025: I want to check disk space of my Linux and Unix servers. Is this possible?
Q6800015: I want to monitor my Disk Drives. Will ActiveXperts Network Monitor tell me when a disk is not healthy?
Q6800020: I have a RAID configuration (RAID5). I want to get a notification when one of the disks fails, but can't find how to configure it in Network Monitor. Please help.
Q6800030: Can I monitor NetApp volumes using ActiveXperts Network Monitor?