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You have just configured two Windows NT Servers, Monitor 1 and Monitor 2 with no other software installed. You have an application server that needs to be monitored for performance to figure out what it's problem is, or to get some kind of baseline. You install Network Monitor on Monitor 2. What would you do to monitor Application server?

A. Install Network Monitor on Monitor 1

B. Install Network Monitor on Application Server

C. Configure the network monitor ECP port something for TCP

D. Configure the network monitor EDP port something for UDP

E. Configure Monitor 2 and Application server as monitoring partners (or something) to monitor the performance

Answer: Option C

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