Server Performance Monitoring

I need to measure the performance of my Wndows 2003 Server, as far as disk utilization, memory usage, and network connectivitiy.  I know the performance logs can track the information, however, I don't like the info it gives out (it makes it hard to explain numbers to non-tecnical people).  Does anyone know of any utilities that can present detailed graphics to server monitor server performance?  I just need something that can do simple graphs, detailing the various dealing in performance issues.  

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gjohnson99Commented:
Are using performance program or task manager or netmon  ?
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kelo501Commented:
USe perfmon and dump the logs to excel to create a graph.

kelo
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netwrkgirlygirlCommented:
Try this shareware...  Its pretty proficent  > http://www.downloadfreetrial.com/utilities/util2637.html
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Joe_27Author Commented:
Are there any other tools available?
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netwrkgirlygirlCommented:
http://www.itsolutions.intuit.com/NetworkMonitor.asp

they have a free trial... this is not to shabby...
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Joe_27Author Commented:
Has anyone had much experience with the Microsoft Operations Manager?  Can it provide detailed performance level analysis?
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