Hi all, I have recently set up performance monitoring for all the SQL Server instances in our environment. One of the servers, however, is reporting all zeros for SQL Server related counters. What I have done so far: Opened perfmon on my local machine - returns all zeros Checked sys.dm_os_performance_counters - plenty of values there Opened perfmon on the remote server - also plenty of values Opened perfmon on the remote server with the /wmi switch - returns all zeros (hmmm... sounds like a WMI issue) Checked all permissions on OS groups and WMI namespaces - looks good Connected to SysmonLog WMI class on "working" server - returns two instances, one is specifically for SQL Server Connected to SysmonLog WMI class on "not working" server - returns no instances This tells that SQL Server somehow did not register an instance under the SysmonLog WMI class. So how do I do that without having to reinstall SQL Server (I'd really rather not have to reinstall)? Or am I barking up the wrong tree? Google has gotten me to this point, but now I'm stuck. Any help would be appriciated. Thanks in advance.