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Tool to monitor multiple Windows 2008 servers remotely

I'm trying to find a tool (ideally free of course) that would allow me to remotely monitor several Windows 2008 r2 machines from my Windows 7 client.
I see under admin tools on my windows 7 machine there is a tool called Server manager that looks like it might work but the docs dont really help a whole lot.  Plus im not sure if that would allow me to monitor the CPU, memory, system health..etc.

What are others using that do what I am looking for?

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ketanaagjaCommented:
You can also use SolarWinds free WMI Monitor for monitoring your server.

Information : - http://www.solarwinds.com/products/freetools/wmi_monitor/

Download: - http://www.solarwinds.com/register/index.aspx?program=937&c=70150000000Ezdb
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GugroCommented:
Which values would you like to see in the monitoring tool ??

Have a look at PRTG  http://www.paessler.com/prtg  if it offers some value to you.
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WebStalkersAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the info.  These are really good...some a bit expensive but good.
Im mainly looking to have it monitor a live view of cpu and memory remotely.
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ketanaagjaCommented:
WMI monitor can provide you CPU and Memory monitoring remotely. or go for Solarwinds OP Manager Application for entire Server Monitoring.

http://www.manageengine.com/network-monitoring/download.html
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