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How to get Windows Server Performance Report in Windows Sever 2003 Standard

Posted on 2006-07-10
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I have A SBS 2003 Server and I have it setup to e-mail me every day with a Server Performance Report.   How do i setup the same thing in a Standard Server 2003?????
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Lee W, MVP earned 168 total points
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Standard server doesn't have those features - you might look into getting and using MOM (Microsoft Operations Manager) or SMS (Systems Management Server), but they are on the expensive side.
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Do you Know if they both offer that function??
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Not SPECIFICALLY that function - that function SPECIFICALLY I've only ever seen or heard of on SBS.  But SMS and MOM are designed to manage and monitor your network.  They should actually be more extensive (and expensive).
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There is software called Microsoft Server Performance Advisor which is free.  make one machine the report collector and all the servers data collectors.  Set the relevant counters with triggers for the first server and use this as a template for the rest of your servers.
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