Exchange User Monitor Re-emerges for 2013 and 2016

The wait is over!

Microsoft has recently released an updated version of Exchange User Monitor, of which you can download (along with the documentation) here, that is supported with Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2016.

The documentation comes complete with install instructions, what the tool is used for and how to collect, retrieve, display and export data.  ExMon can be installed on any Exchange 2013 server hosting the Mailbox Role, or any Windows 7 and higher client OS.

Below are some of the uses for ExMon taken from the user documentation:

Using ExMon, administrators can view the following:

  • Show the RPC data based on the user
  • Show the RPC data based on the RPC Operation
  • Show the RPC data based on the specific application
  • Show the RPC data based on the Admin Client Type
  • Show the RPC data in the Raw form
  • Show the RPC data in the Admin Raw form
  • Show the RPC data in the Task by client Type
  • Show the RPC data in the Task raw

Within each view, the user can drill down to get additional information on:

  • Microsoft Office Outlook® versions and mode
  • Client monitoring data  Resource use, such as:
  • CPU usage
  • Server-side processor latency
  • Network bytes
  • RPC Operations, components and Action
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