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i need to find out which files and or folders are causing high disk activity.  How can i monitor this in real time on a 2003 server? would prefer to use a utility instead on task manager with the added columns. let me know, thanks
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You can possibly accomplish this by monitoring folder access.

here is a good third party tool to do this:

http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/monitor-folders-and-access-most-used-files-folders-with-filerally/
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