Windows 2016 Data Collector Sets

I have some question regarding data collector sets which I was hoping the E.E members could help me with.

1) I have a base install of Windows 2016 GUI. When I go to Computer Management and expand Performance Monitor I do not see any Data Collector set listed.

2) I have a number of Windows 2012 and 2016 core DC's and would like to export the AD Diag data collector set and import it into a Core user using logman import. This is possible correct?
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEOCommented:
1 Performance connector for windows server 2016, it's not there such a feature for 2016.
There are just performance counters up to 2012 r2.  (since it's not listed in the previous link, this means that is not there for 2016).

2. I don't think is possible to do it using the regular process to do it, since it's not listed in ws 2016 as I pointed early:
The issue is because is not there such a feature for 2016

A alternative solution.

Use PowerShell to create them and manage them.

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compdigit44Author Commented:
Thank you for the feedback. Stupid question, but what were Data Collector sets removed from Windows 2016?
Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEOCommented:
The feature just doesn't exists in 2016. It wasn't moved it, in fact was just removed it
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compdigit44Author Commented:
I wonder why it was removed?
compdigit44Author Commented:
Thanks for all of the great information. I cannot be believe there isn't a write out there on performance monitor for Windows 2016 core DC's
Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEOCommented:
What about this:

using Performance monitor:
It seemed to me very weird as well, but it works on windows server 2016 with GUI (not with core).

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