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Q7240028: I cannot find a particular WMI class on my target machine, although it should be there. Is there a way to rebuild the WMI repository?
Yes you can. Use the winmgmt command-line tool to rebuild the WMI repository on the target Windows platform: Open an Elevated Command Prompt Stop the WMI Service by typing: net stop winmgmt Rebuild the WMI Repository by typing: winmgmt /salvagerepository Restart the WMI Service by typing: net start winmgmt Check for errors by typing: winmgmt /verifyrepository REBOOT THE WINDOWS MACHINE
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Q6950010: How can I monitor network bandwith and network packets on the Windows workstations and servers in my network?
Create a new 'Performance Counter' check. Select the 'Network Interface' performance object, and choose the relevant NIC card as the instance. Then, select your performance item(s), e.g. 'Bytes Received/sec, 'Bytes Sent/sec', 'Bytes Total/sec', 'Current Bandwidth', 'Packets Received/sec', etc.
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