Custom performance counter is not detected by General_Counter Knowledge Script.
Custom performance counter was installed and is visible in Perfmon.
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To address Perfmon counter issues:
- Reboot the computer where the installed counter is loaded (particularly if the computer has not been rebooted since the counter was installed).
- Verify the counter was loaded using the typeperf command. At a command prompt type the following command:
typeperf -q -o %UserProfile%\Desktop\PerfMonCounters.txt
- Open the Registry Editor and verify the counter appears under the following registry key:
Values such as the following are displayed in the right pane related to the service:
If the Performance key and related values are not visible, you need to re-install the counter using the lodctr.exe command and reboot the system.
It is also possible that you need to rebuild the performance counters and verify they have not been disabled. Please reference the following Microsoft KB articles.