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how to log network performance over time in windows server 2012

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Hi experts!

I want to log network performance over time. Windows Server 2012 has a nice new Performance Chart in its Task Manager. But I only see the last 60 seconds, is it possible to log this data into a file?

Thanks in advance
Markus
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Most definitely. You just need to use perfmon instead of taskmanager.

Launch perfmon (from shell, or admin tools), expand the tree on the left and go to Data Collector Sets.

Create a new one under 'User Defined', then you can alter the 'System Monitor Log' for that collector, and add the Network counters you'd want to monitor (Under 'Network Interface') and set it to sample data for 1 day.

It'll save the output wherever you specify the root to be for the data collector.
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