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Hi Guys,

I need to perfom to able to run and stop automatically everyday on specific time.

At the moment I have to go the the servers everyday and change the schedule.

Can you help.

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Gilbert
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Hello Friend :),
Just check this KB from Microsoft and it will give you every thing you need about Performance Monitoring on Windows Server 2008.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771692(WS.10).aspx

Hope it helps :).
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Back again :),
check this document that i made you'll find what you need exactly
http://hotfile.com/dl/107919633/04f8a82/Automating_Perform_Monitor_and_data_capture_2008.pdf.html

get me informed
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by:gilib
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Hi Ahmed.

Thank you very much for that.

I will have try it and let you know.

How about if I also need for windows2003 severs.

The servers that I need to schedule actually is a mix of windows server 2003 and windows server 2008.

Apologies for not make it clear.

Thanks in advance
Gilbert
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1. the first article shows the method to create scheduled tasks using windows gui.
2. the second shows the same using command prompt and 'Schtasks.exe' tool(inbuilt in
windows xp, server 2003, server 2008)
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Hello again :),
Ok for Windows Server 2008 you can try those 2 Methods and it will work for you.
you asked about how to do it for Windows Server 2003, you don't have to apologize ;).
In fact i've Uploaded this book for you you'll find a hole topic talking about doing it exactly , enjoy it;
http://hotfile.com/dl/107942612/b338756/Performance_Monitoring_on_Windows_2003_Server.pdf.html

it works and you can keep me informed :D.

Ahmed
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by:gilib
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Hi Ahmed,

Thanks for the doc its very useful.

Unfortunately I'm still having difficulty to create a schedule task to run performance monitoring(using counter logs in perfmon) automatically.

The aim is this counter log will start and stop every day on specific time.

Regards
Gilbert
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