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Using Perfmon to monitor how much processor Exchange 2000 uses

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Hi hope someone can help.

The brief I have been given is to monitor how much processor activity Exchange 2000 is taking up.



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support_realtime,

[This smacks of a homework question....]

Have a look at:-

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Exchange_2000_Monitoring_and_Maintenance.html

JohnT
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