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Azure Performance Monitor tool - FAQ

1. I have downloaded the tool but it is not running. What should I do?

Please check whether the Dot Net platform is installed in your system. Run the utility available in the bin directory, DotNetUtilities.exe, it will inform you the Dot Net version. If Dot Net platform is not available in your system, download the platform. This tool requires Dot Net Version 4 for it to run successfully. So please see the software requirements page for downloading the platform.

2. I have connected to my Azure environment successfully. But I don't see any counters. What is the problem.

You need to enable the "Enable Diagnostics" check box in your Azure cloud service project. While creating cloud service related package or deploying the cloud service using third party software, you need to add the counter details to be monitored. Then you can monitor your environment with this tool.

To check the availability of Enable diagnostics of cloud service in the Azure Management portal,

Go to Azure Management Portal using azure microsoft azure sign in account.
Click the left side "Cloud services" tab then select cloud service from the list.
Click the "Configure" tab on top of the cloud service panel.
Check availability of "Diagnostics Connection Strings"
If it is present in the cloud service, you can view the performance metrics for that cloud service. Otherwise, you should enable the diagnostics.

3. Can I monitor only one Azure Account ?

Yes. You can monitor only one azure account.

4. Can I monitor more than one Roles in my environment.

Yes you can monitor all the roles deployed in an environment.

To monitor more servers simultaneously please visit https://www.manageengine.com/network-monitoring/ or send mail to