I would like to determine how the 6 GB RAM is used on the Windows 2003 Server 64-bit version, Standard Edition. The machine is used as dedicated for Terminal Services. Thick clients are executed on the machine via TS by more users. When certain number of users (running the thick client) work simultaneously, the RAM starts to be swapped to disk. The problem is that Task Manager shows that only nearly 4 GB of RAM is used in the time. See http:Q_24567801.html
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noted in the above question, it could be the case that the extra memory (the 2 GB) is used for another purpose and suggested to use perfmon to find the detailed usage. I am very new to that kind of task. Could you suggest how that should be done?