I have a server with Windows Server Core installed and I'm trying to reach troubleshooting ability parity with resmon, which is only available in a Windows Server GUI install. I'm confident I could identify a resource bottleneck in Core, but not having access to resmon limits my ability to identify the source of the bottleneck.
Is there any powershell, cmd, or remote gui method of identifying disk resource usage by process and file? Same goes for network and identifying how much bandwidth each connection and process is using.
In Linux there are command line programs such as iftop and iotop that can present this data in an ssh terminal; something similar on Server Core would work.
Below are pictures of the information I'm interested in. It'd be great to be able to get this info from Windows Server Core in real-time or close to it.