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Memory leak in windows 2003

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Hi Gurus

I would like to know how can i identify a memory leak in windows 2003 server.I believe we can use Perfmon.However what counters need to be captured(specific) and what do we need to check.
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please also advise how do i confirm that there is a leak.Like if a conter shows specific reading etc.
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