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How to run the Exchange 2007 best practice analyzer performance baseline

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Hi eyeryone,

I want to catch the performance counters from my exchange 2007 sp3 Ru6 Server (on W2008Sp2). I thought I could do this with BPA > health check & performance baseline (2 hours). I know this from another installation with Ex2010, where it works like expected.

But here this stopps after few minutes (2-4) and then present the reports. But there are no performance Counters (like in the reports in Exchange 2010).

So how can I do this?

Thanks for your help!

Greetings John
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You can user Perfmon to get most of the information you need. Exchange 2007 installs a number of Exchange specific counters for perfmon that you can set up and monitor.
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Hi acbrown2010,

thanks, and I know that the counters can be added in Perfmon.
But is there a set of preconfigured counters for Exchange wich I can perhaps download anywhere to do this via perfmon?

Because the BPA has this preconfigured set (which functions fine in E2010).

Or am I the first one which whant to use this function in BPA (which is out in the field for about 5-6 years)?

Thanks for help

John
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