Setting up RAM monitors for a specific process?

Hi there, does anyone know of a tool or a way I can monitor the memory usage for a specifc process running on a VMWare Windows Server 2008 machine at all?

I have been looking in resource monitor, but have been unable to find anything.

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ccfcfcAuthor Commented:
The staff member dealing with this is on leave and will deal with it on his return on 17/09.

ccfcfcAuthor Commented:

Thank you for your post. I have used both pieces of software and am unable to get the information I require.

I need a piece of software which can run, and monitor the performance of particular process which are running on VMware. Can anyone suggest anything else?

Kind regards
ccfcfcAuthor Commented:
Software was good for getting the information, btu was unable to place data into a report. However, was able to retreive the data which i required.
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