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        WSllyal2000
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        A Way to Programically Control NT/2000 Performance Monitor?

        Is there a way to programmically control the NT/2000 Performance Monitor? Programmically set up counters, parse logs, run code based on findings, etc; anybody can point me to some basic info on this possibility?

        Thank you!
        –llyal

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