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I have a program on a remote NT box that I must monitor.  I do not have physical access to the box.  I can telnet into it and have limited privileges to the drive that it runs from.  What I need to do is check its resources, particularly its mem usage.  Can I do this from the command prompt or do I need to write a command based utility.  If the utility is the way to go then what is the API call.

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This can be done using the 'pviewer' tool (ships with MS compilers). The source code can be downloaded at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/devprods/vs6/visualc/vcsample/vcsmppviewer.htm
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BTW: This tool allows to do that from a remote machine (using 'HKEY_PERFORMANCE_DATA' remotely), so you don't even have to telnet to the other box...
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