We have 4 development servers and 6 production servers (both environments split evenly between SQL2000 and SQL v.7). Our development servers show the SQL Server counters in perfmon. The production servers do not. I have tried to run the follwoing and it doesn't seem to be working: Run regsvr32 sqlctr80.dll from DOS command window. sqlctr80.dll is default in folder. Crogram FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQLBinn. Or Perform the following steps: 1. Open a command prompt. 2. Run the following command to unload the SQL Server Performance Monitor counters: unlodctr mssqlserver 3. Close and re-open Performance Monitor; the SQL Server counters should now have been removed from the object list. 4. Run the following command from the command prompt to load the SQL Server performance Monitor counters again: lodctr c:mssql7innsqlctr.ini --- For 7.0 lodctr Crogram FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQLBinnsqlctr80.ini --- For 2000 5. Close and re-open Performance Monitor; the SQL Server counters should now appear in the object list. 6. If the SQL Server counters still do not appear in the object list, close Performance Monitor and stop SQL Server. Then restart SQL Server and open Performance Monitor again.