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every now and then our file share seems slow.
i have looked at the file share server and don't suspect that it is the problem.
i would like to get a good handle on our network traffic to see if there are bottle necks there.
anybody use software or a device that could analysis network traffic to find bottle necks?
 
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thank you.
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