The type of network doesn't affect MAP, just the network security. If MAP can inventory the machine, then we know that MAP can talk to it and the only thing left is firewall access. MAP uses remote registry to collect the performance counters
from machines, so that has to be allowed through the machine's firewall, other than that, there isn't anything that should prevent the collection of the performance data. The MAP Survival Guide on TechNet Wiki has an article that tells you about preparing
your environment to use the remote registry service.
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