Upon installing oneagent on a new windows machine , i can see that some .NET processes have their monitoring disabled (by default).
What is the criteria which OneAgent uses to determine which process's monitoring will have to be manually enabled?
Such processes are highlighted with Yellow color in the image
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Hello @Julius L. , i remember you had this similar question posted couple of months ago. please let me know if you have received an answer for this.
Well... Actually I think I've found answer here:
"Dynatrace doesn’t automatically perform deep monitoring of .NET and Go processes, as there are many arbitrary processes that rely on these processes. "
I guess there are some exceptions for well known .NET processes. But in general it seems .NET processes are not deep-instrumented by default.