Hi there I'm runnning PA Server Monitor 5.4.0.148 on a Windows Server 2008. The server was originally installed with German as system language, but I have changed this by installing a english language pack. Now my problem is that the Add Counter dialogue still shows counters in German. Is there any way to change this?

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asked 15 May '14, 08:16

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Rune,

The service gets the language information to display right from the OS. With that said I think there is some language interpretation going on when you view windows opened on your desktop. Your OS was originally German and you installed the language pack to get English. So it appears like the language pack is doing the interpretation for you when you open when windows, but when the service calls for the counter objects the language is still German.

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answered 16 May '14, 09:33

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Hi Quinn

Ok - So there's nothing to do about it? I'm not sure I understand why the interpretation mechanism can't work from with PAServerMonitor but I guess that's just the way it is.

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(21 May '14, 03:37) run66

Hi Rune,

Please open perfmon.msc and view the .NET counter do you see all English text?

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Hi Quinn

Yes I think I do:

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