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Administering Your Network - Monitoring Performance on a Remote Computer

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Monitoring Performance on a Remote Computer

If you’re also interested in monitoring the health of the remote computers on your network, System Monitor is up to the task.

To connect to a remote computer from System Monitor, follow these steps:

1.
Select Start, Run, type perfmon, and click OK.

2.
Right-click a counter and then click Add Counters. The Add Counters dialog box appears.

3.
Activate the Select Counters from Computer option, and then use the text box to type the name or IP address of the remote computer.

4.
Use the Performance Object list to select a counter category (such as Memory, Paging File, or Processor).

Tip

If you’re primarily interested in monitoring network performance, choose Network Interface in the Performance Object list.

5.
Activate the Select Counters from List option.

6.
Select the counter you want and then click Add. (If you need more information about the item, click the Explain button.)

7.
Repeat step 4 to add any other counters you want to monitor.

8.
Click OK.

Figure 1 shows System Monitor tracking the % Processor Time value on three different computers.

Figure 1. System Monitor is only too happy to monitor remote systems as well as local ones.
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