How to moniter remote server using Performance monitor?

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by time is life, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. time is life

    time is life Guest

    I want to monitor the performance of another computer.
    When I add Snap-Ins in MMC,
    I can find "Computer Management", "Remote desktops",etc.
    but I can't find an Item named "Performance".

    iS it possible to use Performance monitor to watch another computer's
    performance.
    If yes, how to do it?

    please help me. thank you very much.
     
    time is life, Apr 2, 2008
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  2. time is life

    Jay Guest

    You can add new 'Counter Logs' by expanding 'Performance Logs and Alerts',
    creating right-clicking 'Counter Logs', selecting 'New Log Settings', then
    'Add Objects' for the computer you're interested in. It's much the same for
    'Alerts', but 'Trace Logs' only seem to be enabled for the local computer.

    Jacques
     
    Jay, Apr 2, 2008
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  3. As an admin from the command prompt key in perfmon

    Select Counter Logs from the Performance Logs and Alerts
    Right click on the Counters logs and select New Log Settings
    Enter a trace name
    Select add counters
    Select counters from computer...

    You are now looking at a remote computer
     
    Paul Bergson [MVP-DS], Apr 2, 2008
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