The Windows Performance Toolkit allows Administrators a keen insight into the startup and login process. In this four part series, we will dive into these tools and fix common performance issues. Part 1 covers downloading and installing the Windows Performance Toolkit.
This article gives tips about performance monitoring of virtual servers and demonstrates how to watch performance counters with Smart-X ControlUp.
There are many reasons for slow performance immediately following logon. In my last post I explained how you can troubleshoot slow logon by limiting the user profile size. This post explains how to keep the 3-headed monster from becoming one of them.
One of the reasons a user may experience a slow logon are problems with a large roaming user profile. This post explains how to troubleshoot slow logon in Active Directory domain in those cases.
In this article you will learn how the Shutdown Event Tracker works in Windows Server 2008 R2. You will also understand how to disable this functionality if your business needs dictate this action.