Hello Thwack team,
In my lab, I have free IPMonitor 10.9.1 running on Windows Server 2012R2. Service runs as Local System. Target is a Windows 10 Home PC. No domains, just straight Workgroup. I can use WMI Explorer 2.0 and connect via RPC to target when I specify a local administrator. In IPM, I created a credential with that local administrator information. When I try and add the Windows 10 Home as a new device, I scan the IP with the IPM credentials. IPM tries for a while but just comes back with PING and some other metric.
I then tried to just create a monitor and bypass a device scan. I used CPU and said use RPC. Gave it IP and credentials and it immediately came back with
No CPUs were found at "192.168.111.22". To resolve this issue, ensure that:
The IP Address / Domain Name, UDP Port and Community Name are entered correctly.
A firewall is not blocking access to the remote device.
Like I said - WMI Explorer works just fine. I've addressed firewall.
Any help would be appreciated.