NetIQ AppManager 6.x
Microsoft Windows Server 2000
Open a command prompt on the target system and run the following command:
You will receive a confirmation message from the system indicating that the counters are enable. The message may differ across operating system versions.
On Microsoft Windows 2000 and earlier systems the disk performance counters are not enabled by default. The installation will warn you that you should run 'diskperf -y' from a command prompt to enable the disk performance counters in the event you wish to run knowledge scripts that monitor those counters.
Disk Performance Counters are enabled by default on Windows 2003 Server and beyond.