It seems like you are trying to monitor the Microsoft Exchange Windows services on the Windows Server 2012 . We are not sure whether these services are .Net components.
If they are .Net processes then you can use the AppDynamics .Net Agent to configure them. However, the best way is to check to see if these services are .net components is by running the following command tasklist /m "mscor*". The output of the above command lists the processes that have DLLs starting with mscor*, indicative of .NET processes. Processes that are not on the list are not .NET processes and cannot be instrumented with the .NET Agent. Please refer to the following document link for more details - https://docs.appdynamics.com/display/PRO45/Configure+the+.NET+Agent+for+Windows+Services+and+Standalone+Applications
Please let us know if you have any further questions.
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I have a client that wants to be able to see the number of requests (or calls) on differents time ranges, but I can only create graphics with the "calls/min" metric. Is there a way to either aggregate the datas of that Metric to have calls for specifics time periods ? (calls/30min, calls/hour, calls/day, calls/week ...)
If not, is there a way to call the datas differently in order to have the granularities that I wish to have ?
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