2011-07-31 11:30 PM - last edited on 2014-09-26 11:17 AM by alissa
You can use SUA, or, if you want to still work within native Windows, the following command for example worked for me on Windows 2008 R2:
(Using Perfstat 7)
perfstat7.exe -t 1 -i 1 -S -pw:filer_password -l filer_username -f filer_name
plink.exe needs to be in the same directory or in the system path
2015-10-23 06:28 AM
Thank you for sharing your expertise! The high view count on this post show others were indeed helped by your solid advice. Currently Perfstat 8.3 has been released and provides a GUI option and a few methods to aid in the configuration and running of the Perfstat. It is in the Utility Toolchest on the NetApp support site.