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Q6940020: I'm having problems with monitoring MSMQ: The error I get is: "Win32_PerfRawData_MSMQ_MSMQQueue class does not exist." What should I do?
This problem occurs because Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) uses AutoDiscovery/AutoPurge (ADAP) to build its internal performance counter table. If the particular MSMQ service on the monitored computer was not started when the WMI ADAP process is started, the performance counters are not transferred to WMI. Please run the following command from the command line on the monitored computer:   wmiadap /f and then restart the wmi-service.
Network Monitor > MSMQ

Q6940030: I'm still having problems monitoring a Message Queue. I tried the Windows WMIC utility but I'm still not able to find the reason.
First, make sure you've tried WMIC. See FAQ #6940010. If that doesn't help you out, please try the Message Queue Diagnostic Tool. You can launch it from the ActiveXperts Manager's menu: Tools->Diagnostic Tools->MS Message Queue Diagnostic Tool The tool generates a log file. Please send the log to
Network Monitor > MSMQ

Q6940010: I'm having problems monitoring a Microsoft Message Queue usage on a remote Windows server. How can I troubleshoot?
ActiveXperts uses WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) to collect data about (remote) Windows computers. WMI is part of Windows operating systems and installed by default. Please check out the following: Check the Services applet on the monitoring server and monitored server to verify that the WMI services are indeed running. Make sure that firewall settings are not prevent you from accessing the remote computer through WMI. Windows ships with the WMIC command line utility ('Windows Mana...
Network Monitor > MSMQ

Q6940040: How do I know the names of the Message Queues installed on a computer?
Start a new command prompt on the partuicular Windows computer, and execute the following command: WMIC /node:localhost PATH Win32_PerfRawData_MSMQ_MSMQQueue GET Name It will display a list of message queueus installed on the computer.
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