every now and then we get an error on one of the Service and/or Performance monitors stating it cannot monitor the server. error message ends with [err=0x6, CurrUser=pamonitor, Imp={none}]

I think that's where the problem is because this server should be monitored with different credentials. the monitored server is not part of the domain, so alternative credentials are needed.

After a couple of minutes the error disappears, and all monitors are green again.

Hope to hear, Marc Punte Sysadmin Ster Netherlands.

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Hi Marc

Is the pamonitor the domain account, or is the account that ought to be used when monitoring that non-domain server?

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Yes, pamonitor is the general domain account but for this particular ( non-domain ) server I added different credentials.

Most of the time this works just fine, but every hour or two the domain-account is used with a failure as a result. 3 or 4 cycles further pamonitor uses the impersonate credentials again and all is green again.

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