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ASP.Net /Windows Perfmon

Posted on 2009-04-17
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Last Modified: 2013-12-01
Im trying to see perfmon responding to my input. I start an asp.net app by making a request (its all local, but I'm not using WebDev with visual studio, i'm using http://localhost/website/login.aspx).
In perfmon, I go to Add/Available Counters - I go to ASP.Net Appications, Forms Authentication Failures, I see my WebSite listed as an instance, I select it.
On the Graph Elements:
'Sample Every' I set to 1secs
'Duration' I set to 4 secs
'Maximum' I set to 10 (to get the right scale)
I then pump in wrong passwords to the asp.net login, but I don't see the graph move???

Question by:Silas2
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please provide code part you are using

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Hang on, I thin it might be something else, I've noticed the request is triggering an exception so maybe that's why i'm not getting a authentication failures

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