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You're not going to be able to do what you want using Performance Monitor. Traditionally, you'd do this by accessing the LogicalDisk counters on the DEF machine remotely. Since you state in your comments that you don't have access to the performance counters on the DEF machine that's a non-starter. There is no performance counter that exposes free space on ...
Perfmon is pretty rudimentary. It allows you to view existing performance counter values, but it won't dynamically add and subtract counters for you. What you probably want is an application that will dynamically add new counter values for you, such as when a new thread is launched within a process, you want to add that new thread to the counter set. ...
I was not able to reproduce your problem but do note the default report may lead somebody to think only _Total was collected. The default report will show _Total counters but you can add more including <All Instances>.
In this case, you need to check the basic settings that may not allow the 'Perfmon' to fetch the details on the remote machine. Please take a look at the below suggestion and ensure it is all fine. Turn of AV and Local firewall, to check if the 'Perfmon' collects the value Take a network trace with the help some third party tool and see what's going on ...
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