No Access to Perflib Subkeys
The Performance Monitor account on the monitored computer needs READ access to the subkeys used by that PerfMon once the PerfMon account has successfully connected to the Registry of the monitored computer. To determine who has access to the PerfMon data in the Registry, where LanguageID is the numeric code for the spoken language installed with Windows NT, the computer uses the ACL for the
Perflib/LanguageIDsubkey is placed at the following Registry path:
LOCAL SERVICE groups have READ access to the Perflib key. These accounts need full control on Perflib key.
Follow these steps to enable permissions on the
Start regedit on the machine that needs to be monitored.
Right click on the Perflib option and go to Permissions.
Give full control to Local Service and Everyone users. If these groups are not already present in the list, you need to manually add them.
Go to Services in the Control Panel and restart the Remote Registry service.
After the Remote Registry service has been successfully restarted, you can monitor the machine remotely.