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Performance Monitoring on a 2003 Std Terminal Server

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Windows 2003 Std running Terminal Services Application Server.

Users are reporting slowdowns in performance. We are looking into many issues, but I would like to have a good step-by-step guide on how to set up performance monitoring. Should I use perfmon, which parameters should I watch, where should those parameters typically be?

We have about 30 users running microsoft office apps from a server that sports dual xeon 1.8Ghz procs (/w hyperthreading), 8GB of RAM and Raptor 10,000RPM SATA RAID5 Arrays.
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