Disk is Missing from Windows Server 2012 and 2012R2Task Manager Performance Tab

Issue : Disk is Missing from Windows Server 2012 and 2012R2Task Manager Performance Tab.

When you look at Performance tab in Windows Server 2012 and 2012R2, By Default Local disk is missing Refer below image,
Task Manager without Disk

Task Manager without Disk

As per Microsoft – This has been wantedly removed because of performance impact to collect Disk Metrics on server due to overhead taskmanager may cause querying each disk IO for each process / thread on each disk.

Alternatively you can check the Resource Monitor to see the disk metrics,
If you want to enable Disk performance in Task Manager,
1. Open elevated command prompt

2. Type diskperf -y

3. Close and reopen Task Manager.
Task Manager with Disk

Task Manager with Disk

To hide from Task manager

Type : diskperf -n

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