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Cross domain monitoring in loadrunner

Loadrunner Controller is installed in a domain which is maintained and controlled by Client.
The Server machines are hosted on a different domain.
We need to run the test from the client n/w and hence we need to attach monitors from client network to the machines on server's network.
There is a firewall in between the 2 networks, but we can get firewall access by allowing particular ports (139 and 145 for windows) which is used by LR to connect and monitor the windows machine.
Issue arises when these 2 are different domain itself. When I try to add a machine for monitoring in controller , it does request for a user/pass in the controller and when I provide the admin user/pass of the target machine, it does not go through.
Please note that this is not a firewall issue, rather a cross-domain issue.

But I installed sitescope in controller machine and tried to access the resources from other domain, it worked. But I can't use sitescope. So help me how to accomplish this task it loadrunner.
Any inputs would be very helpful.
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Re: Cross domain monitoring in loadrunner

Take a look at Monitor reference guide for loadrunner and under Firewall server performance monitoring.
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Re: Cross domain monitoring in loadrunner

Don't forget to use Agent Configuration from Start > Programs > LoadRunner > Advanced
Settings. When that is configured, is the behavior the same?
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