[font="microsoft sans serif"]Hi,
I am trying to package an application which requires pre and post configuration of TCP/IP settings and ODBC settings.
- How can I set default gateways in TCP/IP settings for DHCP enabled?
- How can I enable Perfmon under connection pooling tab for an ODBC driver?

What I have tried:

-I tried netsh for enabling the gateways, but it is making it static for only one IP address, here I have to add multiple gateways.
-Captured the ODBC configuration using setup capture. Everythung is perfect except enabling of Perfmon under Connection Pooling Tab

Please suggest me any way to work around!!!

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DHCP-enabled workstations will get their default gateway address(es) via DHCP.

As for PerfMon connection pooling, 15 seconds spent with ProcMon (yawn...) would have shown you the key you need:

Answered 03/10/2009 by: VBScab
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Thanks for the reply.
I found that the key we need to modify for Perfmon is no the one mentioned above. After doing some more search on Procmon ( as suggested) i found that this is the key thats changing.


Answered 03/10/2009 by: kwisent
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you can mess with TCP IP settings using WMI

from memory you can user Win32_Network and Win32_NetworkAdapterSettings to do pretty much all of the TCP settings.
Answered 03/10/2009 by: jmcfadyen
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[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ODBC\ODBCINST.INI\ODBC Connection Pooling]"Perfmon"Good job in tracking it down. A quick play this morning shows that the changes depend on which option one chooses from the dialog. I'd merely selected 'Enabled' and clicked 'Apply'. It also seems to depend on which driver one chooses.

ProcMon....ah....my years of whining are vindicated once again.
Answered 03/11/2009 by: VBScab
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