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can anyone tell me how to add a new performance counter in windows perfmon utility.i want to add a performance counter for my new web application that i am developing
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can anyone tell me how to add a new performance counter in windows perfmon utility.i want to add a performance counter for my new web application that i am developing
I wish that I could move this to the Windows Forum so that I could answer it.
Mar 14 '07 #2
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can anyone tell me how to add a new performance counter in windows perfmon utility.i want to add a performance counter for my new web application that i am developing
In the performance MMC, click on Counter Logs then Action menu, New Settings. Name the new log settings, add object(s) and counter(s).
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