By Johnsixfox ·
Why should the Network Administrator be performing monitoring network/server?

I want to noe why is it important that He/She must perform that task and not anybody in the company.

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by Jacky Howe In reply to NETWORK ADMIN

Network monitoring can alert a Network Administrator to problems caused by crashed servers, lost network connections, virus or malware infections.
An ordinary user would not have the required permissions to run software and rectify any problems that may occur.

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by Johnsixfox In reply to Basically

I have been asked to write 2000 word about "why is it important for Network Administrator to perform monitoring network/server?

I have started but, 2000 words are too much for this particular question. that meant I can reach the maximum.

thank for your respond.

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performance monitoring and reports


setting performance thresholds and alert levels

hint: go to MS Technet and read the info on monitoring health and performance threshold settings. ought to nab you at the least, 1500 words.

another hint:

someone's got to look at the logs, interpret the data and take corrective action if necessary. How is a department manager going to be able to interpret processor quening lenghts to determine that the processor on server A seems to be working harder than it should because you've set the alert threshold based upon mfgs specs?

you can milk that statement for processors, hard drives, network throughput, network bandwidth usage, even use it for Exchange server etc. [Exchange has it's own monitoring thresholds].

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Good thinking CG IT

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