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Slow network performance reported?

I want to focus on one user and try and determine what his problems are.  I want to measure the latency from his desktop back to multiple servers simultaneously.  I would like to take a sample (ping) every 15 seconds  during his working hours for a few days save that data to a log and then be able to produce a graph from that log.  

I found PingPlotter and from the description the standard version seems to have the features I need to do this with.  Anyone work with this app before and what did you think of it if you did?
And are there other applications like it out there that may be better?

We also have Solar Winds Engineering tool kit, MRTG, Whats UP Gold, Cisco Works (Cisco shop) and Wireshark.  I'm only familiar with Wireshark.  Would any of the tools we have on hand do I want to do sample, measure and capture the latency times?
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Westez
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Westez
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eeRootCommented:
There should be a few network monitorng tools in the Solar Winds Engineering tool kit that can pole various IP addresses and collect performance statsitcs
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