win210 - 1 Chapter3 MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER2003

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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   2 CHAPTER OVERVIEW Use Event Viewer to monitor system logs. Configure Task Manager to display performance  data. Use System Monitor to display real-time  performance data. Create counter logs and alerts.
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   3 SERVER MONITORING PRACTICES Real-time monitoring Uses tools that display a continuous stream of  statistics about what the system is doing right now Logged monitoring Enables administrators to observe trends that  develop over longer periods of time than those  observed in a typical real-time monitoring session
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   4 MONITORING SUBSYSTEMS Processor Disk Memory Network
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   5 WHAT IS A BASELINE?
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   6 USING EVENT VIEWER
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   7 EVENT VIEWER LOGS Application Information about specific programs running on  the computer System Events generated by components such as  services and device drivers Security Security-related events such as failed logons and  attempts to access resources
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   8 UNDERSTANDING EVENT TYPES Event Type Icon Description Error A significant problem, such as loss of data or loss of functionality Warning An event that might not be significant but might indicate a future problem Information An event that describes the successful operation of an application, driver, or service Success Audit An audited security access attempt that succeeds Failure Audit An audited security access attempt that fails
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   9 VIEWING EVENTS
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   10 EVENT LOG RETENTION SETTINGS
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   11 USING FILTERS
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Chapter 3: MONITORING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003   12 FINDING SPECIFIC EVENTS
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