This video continues to promote the ability to administer a Windows Network without a desktop experience on the server. You will learn how to run a local trace from an elevated command prompt and import the results into a Message Analyzer session. Other data sources are discussed including log event logs from other computers.
- [Instructor] So far in this chapter,…we've browsed through the Message Analyzer,…and we've filtered through the contents…of a live trace from our local machine,…and from other servers.…But sometimes it isn't necessary to run a new live trace.…Sometimes the data that we need…has already been collected.…In this segment, we're going to bring in…data that's been gathered previously.…Now you can run a trace at any time…on just about any reasonably current…Windows computer; whether it's a server or a workstation.…You can simply open an administrative command prompt,…or on a server with no desktop environment at all,…you can just go to the command line…and use the command netsh trace start…and there are only a couple of parameters…that we need to add to that.…
capture=yes and a path and file name…to the log file that we want to create.…The extension on the file that…we're going to create is etl,…and I'm going to store mine in the traces…directory on the root of the c drive.…So now this trace is running.…When we're done collecting the information…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Staying up to date with WSUS
- Installing and configuring WSUS
- Monitoring Windows Server performance
- Scheduling monitoring
- Monitoring network usage with Message Analyzer
- Troubleshooting Windows Server with event logs
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2012 R2: Manage Group Policywith Ed Liberman1h 46m Intermediate
1. Staying Up to Date with WSUS
2. Monitoring Server Performance
3. Monitoring Network Usage
4. Using Event Logs to Troubleshoot Windows Server 2016
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