yruan2 "at" vertex.ucls.uchicago.edu
Fri, 06 Mar 1998 16:38:24 +0000
It has worked fairly well.
On Fri, 6 Mar 1998, James [Wez] Weatherall wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Mar 1998, Yuxin Ruan wrote:
> > perfmon.exe(the performance monitor) does not update continously unless
> > the screen is set up to full-screen-polling. Is there a less dramatic way
> > to monitor the NT servers? Perhaps a special message just for
> > perfmon.exex?
> There is a standard way to cope with applications which periodically
> update their displays but which don't use normal paint messages. Looking
> in the system registry under Local_User/Software/Orl/VNCHooks will reveal
> an Application_Prefs key. This key has an entry added to it for every
> program run while the NT/95 box is being used remotely. When the program
> quits, the registry settings will be created if they don't already exist.
> The settings available for each application are detailed in the
> documentation for WinVNC but I believe that the one you want is use_Timer,
> which will cause the perfmon.exe window to be scanned for updates every
> time a timer messages is sent to it. Since perfmon uses timer messages to
> update its display, this should work fine and not introduce too much extra
> load (provided the window isn't too large.)
> I hope this solves your problem.
> James "Wez" Weatherall
> Olivetti & Oracle Research Laboratory, Cambridge, UK.
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