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|Source: Microsoft Operations Manager|
The Microsoft Operations Manager performance provider could not access performance counters on computer <computer name>.
Microsoft Operations Manager will not monitor performance counters on this computer until they become available.
Error details: Access is denied.
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See ME885729 for information on this event.
The user under which this log is generated is most probably the MOM Action Account (MAA). To access performance counters on Win2k computers, MAA has to be a member of the "Administrators" group. On Win2k3 it is enough to be a member of the "Performance Monitor Users" group. See the link to “Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Security Guide” for details on this issue.
This event can also be caused by general problems with the performance counters. See ME248993 for further information on this problem.
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|Links: ME248993, ME885729, Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Security Guide|
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