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I have a windows service, which does some work and allow me to monitor its state via performance counter.From there I added the user to the power users group and continued on my way without issue.It was from an unrelated issue that I later discovered that "Power User" no longer has any permissions beyond Vista and that let me back to that same article: Fortunately, given these alternatives, it turns out that the permission set required to update performance counters is much smaller than running as an Administrator or Power User.They work great for those times when you have a console app and want to run a certain method 1,000 times to tweak CPU and memory usage.They also work great to attached to existing Windows Services or ASP. Pros: Very deep analysis down to the method and code level.