I am running a Windows 2000 Server and the main services that it's responsible are as follows:
IIS is resposible for hosting our Intranet site and SQL serves as its back end database for the Intranet.
At times users will complain that accessing pages for our Intranet system is really slow.
When this occurs, I check the server and run Performance MMC only to find that under the Performance Object of Physical Disks the "Disk Transfer" counter has peak to 100%.
My problem is that I have no way in finding out, EXACTLY what is causing the excessive activity to the server's hard drives.
Would any of you guys know of a utility tool that would enable me to pin-point EXACTLY which application or program that is constantly hammering my hard drives?
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