Win10 1909 update disabled Remote Registry Service
We seen some upgrades of Windows 10 to feature update 1909 experiencing issues.
The Remote Registry Service was disabled after update. Once the service was re-enabled and started, TopView could see monitored performance counters again - this is a requirement for remote viewing of performance counters.
If you are using Performance Counters to monitor TopView, please examine the state of the Remote Registry Service after Windows 10 updates to ensure it is enabled and set to run Automatically.
Allow a Windows user to start/stop a service
Background On newer Windows OS’s, the current user may not be allowed to install/start/stop services. This may prevent the user from installing/starting/stopping TopView Engine Services. The solution has been to run the Configurator “as ...
Windows patches and TopView
Windows patches affect TopView operation. To ensure TopView runs successfully after a Windows patch, we recommend the following during the patching process: Shut down TopView Engine services before Windows patches Apply the Windows patch After the ...
Error 1315 Unable to write to the specified folder (Windows 10 v2004)
Background This Windows Installer error can occur during a TopView upgrade or uninstall on Windows 10 v2004 indicating that the installation cannot write/edit an installation folder used by the current TopView installation. This may occur if the ...
TopView OPC cannot connect as Service
This article is useful if TopView connects to your OPC server when run interactively, but cannot connect to remote OPC Server(s) when you run TopView as a Service. Interactive applications (non-Service) run under the account of the logged in ...
TopView Service won't start - Running a large number of services
This answer is also included in the documentation shipped with TopView. How many TopView Services can I run? When Microsoft Windows starts, it reserves various areas of memory for tracking its resources. One of these is the relatively unknown desktop ...