When an agent connects to a monitored Windows host from a UNIX machine, user access control (UAC) must also be disabled in order for WMI connections to succeed.
• Navigate to Control Panel > User Accounts and Family Safety > User Accounts > Change User Account Control Settings, and change the setting to Never Notify.
Granting access to dllhost.exe when Windows Firewall is enabledWhen an agent connects to a monitored Windows host from a UNIX machine, and the Windows firewall is enabled, access to dllhost.exe must be allowed through the firewall.
2 Ensure that Windows UAC is disabled. See for details.
When a WMI agent connects to the same machine it is running on (that is, localhost) using credentials that explicitly specify a user other than the currently logged on user, you must make certain registry changes to allow the required COM services to run.Once the agent has successfully connected and the Agent Manager connection services have made the required changes, the Remote Registry Service can be disabled.
The Agent Manager uses the wmiprvse.exe process to make use of WMI for remote Windows® monitoring. However, in some situations, this process can lock the MySQL process, mysqld.exe, preventing it from being uninstalled, deleted, moved, or updated.
• Stop the wmiprvse.exe process.