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Maintaining and Updating Maintaining and Updating Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 Lesson 8
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Configuring Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server settings 5.1 Using the Performance Monitor Capture performance data 5.2 Using the Windows Event Viewer Monitor event logs 5.3 Using Network Monitor to Gather Network Data Gather network data 5.4
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Monitoring a Windows Server 2008 Monitoring a Windows Server 2008 There are two approaches to maintaining your network: the reactive approach and the proactive approach. After implementation of your network design is complete and you have verified that your network works properly, the reactive approach means that you will “wait and see” what problems arise.
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Monitoring a Windows Server 2008 Monitoring a Windows Server 2008 A proactive approach doesn’t wait for problems to arise. A proactive approach to network management is preventative and uses tools such as the Performance and Reliability Monitor, the Event Viewer, and Network Monitor utilities. Proactive system administrators use these tools to help spot potential and actual networking issues without wasting time guessing what the problems might be because they lack historical data. They do this by systematically monitoring, logging, and analyzing the network’s data.
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Reliability and Performance Monitor Reliability and Performance Monitor Located within the Administrative Tools folder. Allows you to collect real-time information on your local computer or from a specific computer to which you have permissions. This information can be viewed in a number of different formats that include line charts and histograms.
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Reliability and Performance Monitor Reliability and Performance Monitor
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Reliability and Performance Monitor Reliability and Performance Monitor
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Performance Monitor Performance Monitor Probably the most frequently used view within the Reliability and Performance Monitor is the Performance Monitor. One of the simplest methods is to open the Start menu, key perfmon.exe, and then click OK. Performance Monitor provides detailed information necessary for in-depth analysis, logging capabilities, and alerts, which are useful for early warnings of possible system issues.
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Performance Monitor Performance Monitor
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Data Collector Sets Data Collector Sets One of the significant changes introduced in Windows
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course CNS 310 taught by Professor Arthurbodourian during the Spring '11 term at Seneca.

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