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Performance Monitor - report.html file is not created?  Windows Server 2008 Standard R2

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I've got a pair of identical servers running 2008 Standard R2, they're setup as a web farm.
I've created a User Defined Performance Monitor and it's only creating the .blg file on one of the servers. On the other server, the .blg, and report.html, report.xml, and report.xsl are created.

I've looked at the config setup on both servers and they look identical, I can't spot a difference.

What do I need to do to get the .html, .xml, and .xsl created?
And how can I convert the .blg file into some other file format I can read?
I found a cmd named relog, but it can't read the .blg file.
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maybe because they are set up as a web farm, the  Performance Monitor behave differently.

I would test with a normal server, and also check the  Performance Monitor Help, since it contains very useful info.

I hope this helps !
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I think you may be on to something with the web farm, though I don't understand why it works this way.  I did setup on another Windows 2008 server, that's not part of a web farm and all four reports are created.

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