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Create data collector set on a DC to monitor performance monitor of a another server

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Hi all,

am studying for my 70-642 exam and keep coming accross something. I know how to create teh user defined data collector set but what i don't know is how do i apply my DCS to other servers? I can't see anywhere in the properties where i can apply it to other servers?

So to clarify. Can i create a data collector set to and add it to other servers to monitor their health?

(Windows 2008 R2 lab)
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Hi, looks god thank you. I will tryit out when back at my desk and get back to you.
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Many thanks guy.
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