Monitoring Windows server 2003 task manager

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Monitoring software
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Task Manager
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 administration
How can I monitor the status of a Windows 2003 task manager over a period of time like for a month on my server?
ASKED: April 11, 2011  4:30 PM
UPDATED: April 12, 2011  7:35 AM

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Mainly Task Manager provides information about programs and processes running on Windows 2003 Server computer. If u have more than one user connected to computer, can see who is connected, what they are working on, and even can send them a message.
Programs that are running. The Applications tab shows the status of the programs running on computer. On this tab, u can end, switch to, or start a program.
Processes that are running, the Processes tab shows information about the processes running on computer.
The Performance tab displays a dynamic overview of computer performance as:
graphs for CPU and memory usage, totals for the number of handles, threads, and processes running on your computer and totals, in kilobytes, for physical, kernel, and commit memory.
The Networking tab displays a graphical representation of network performance.
Remember, networking tab is displayed only if a network card is present.
The Users tab displays users who can access this computer, and session status and names. Client Name specifies the name of the client computer using the session, if applicable.

For more Information about <a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/323527″>TroubleShoot-Guide</a>

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  • Koohiisan
    The totals it shows are running totals from the last reboot, so check on it every 30 days and see what it says...unless you reboot. ;) So...what do you want to track specifically?
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