Measure network traffic

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Hi,

Any good ideas how to measure amount of network traffic single CMDLet is causing?

 

Let say you run:

Get-Service -ComputerName yourServer.domain.com

What would be the easiest way to measure amount of network traffic caused by this?

 

Like to compare different CMDLets and above was only an simple example. In m mind Network monitor / WireShark are not so useful options in here.

 

Wish to get just two numbers:

- Sent Bytes

- Received Bytes

 

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have you tried procmon or procexp?