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Scheduling Start and Stop Perfmon data collection simultaneously on multiple servers

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How to schedule performance counter in multiple Windows Server to start daily morning 8 AM and stop at 6 PM? Is there a way to automate this process? use scripting?
Because do it manually one by one it would be very slow process.
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this is what u need (powershell script):
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