Everything you need to monitor Windows Servers running MS Exchange, SQL Server, IIS, or any other application is included in Performance Sentry. You only need to assign a Data Collection set (DCS) appropriate to the application that runs on these servers to start gathering data on these applications.
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What do I need to do to monitor my servers running MS Exchange, SQL Server, or IIS?
By admin on September 29, 2009 in Data Collection Set, Performance Metrics, Performance Sentry
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