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I just installed KMS 6.1.1 on a fresh test server and it seems that the WMI functionality of KMS is gone?

I don't see any Win32_Perf/RawData_KMSPerf_* entries under CIMV2 anymore.

Did Kerio scrap this feature, and if so, can they bring it back/implement an SNMP interface?

The built-in statistics tools are fine for light analysis, but for real analysis on a busy server MRTG and RRD are more suited to the task.


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I have answered your ticket regarding this, but for completeness I'll address this here as well ;) WMI was not remove from 6.1.1.

Kevin Trumbull
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