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See if you may be able to generate a performance report using the method in the tutorial below instead.
System Performance Report - Generate and View in Windows
Sometimes you have to try a couple of times, it can be the system is performing background maintenance and permon will be temporarily blocked from generating a report, it even happens in Windows 7 when certain DLLs are in use from another program(such as UXthemers)
For many years I have built my own desktops and each computer was named in my case "Computer with my name"
Having now bought an MSI Gaming laptop it would appear that they have full permissions on my computer. ie- Computer MSI.
This I find somewhat disturbing, is there anyway I can obtain full permissions and at the same time stopping MSI from doing the same.
I don't think it's a permissions issue, but more of it just not being able to using that method.
Was it able to run using the method in the tutorial instead?
I'm not sure what you mean by the MSI has full permissions with "Computer MSI". Do you mean for the computer name or just a user account they had setup by default? Could you give some more details on that?
Yeah, that would just be a default administrator account they setup for you to use to set up your own user accounts and such from.
Just to be clear, are you able to run your command from the first post here successfully in that account? It shouldn't.