• Subject: CA Express V4R5 & SSL & Win2K
  • From: "Jay Peasley" <jpeasley@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2001 14:47:04 -0500

Does any one know the true registry hack to disable the performance counter
for CA Express in Win2K?

I have loaded the SSL client on my Win2K machine, received the Key from our
AS/400 and am able to connect to our AS/400 using SSL and the Ops Nav,
though it takes a couple of minutes to connect. Once connected the
performance is .... okay. I am unable to connect via Telnet5250, due to a
timeout error. The port on the telnet session is 992 and I have it
configured to use SSL, not unsecured or tied to Ops Nav. Eveything seems
configured fine, but I feel the slow connect time is prohibiting my
connection via Telnet 5250.

In Apar II11853 it explains a registry work around to speed up the
connection is to add the DWORD HLM\Software\microsoft\windows nt\current
version\perflib\Disable Performance Counters=1 to the registry, which I have
done. After re-booting I still get the slow connection speed and a timeout
on Telnet 5250.

My machine is Win2k with Service Pack 1 applied. CA Express is version V4R5
with Service Pack SF64217 applied. The connection is dial-up to the Internet
with a 56K v.90 modem. My boss assures me port 992 is open on the firewall.

Any thoughts?

Jay Peasley
US eh

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