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windows server 2003 monitoring software combining SQL Server monitoring with CPU-IO stats

I am looking for tools to monitor our Windows servers in terms of disk/memory/cpu usage which also gives the notification options. I also have 2 VM hosts, I would like to monitor my server activities and performance. Can anyone recommend any tools for server monitoring?

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This question could have a million answers because there are a million tools that do this. Try Googling for "network monitoring" and/or "server monitoring". – joeqwerty Nov 19 '11 at 4:49
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I use use cacti for most of my monitoring. I've been looking at Nagios or Zabbix as a replacement, but there really are a ton of options.

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I also use a Nagios / Cacti solution. for a Windows agent. – ablackhat Nov 20 '11 at 7:18
Thank you guys for the suggestions.. – Hemal Nov 21 '11 at 15:55

I use PRTG. You get a lot of different options for monitoring.

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Thank you Rowell. Will try it out... – Hemal Nov 21 '11 at 15:55

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