SBS 2003 - how to view Performance Monitor Log

Posted on 2009-07-06
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Last Modified: 2012-05-07
Hi Experts,

I have generated a Performance Monitor Log with lots of counts specified.
The file has a .blg extension.

How can I view this file in Performance Monitor?

Question by:LeighWardle
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leegclystvale earned 1500 total points
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Open Perfmon and then there's a disk like icon that says view logs or something like that. May need to use the + key to add counters to view.
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Hi, you issued a B grade? Can I ask why? Glad you can view them now. Cheers

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