wmiprvse uses 100% on 2003 SP1 Print Server

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by BStoneburner, Aug 11, 2006.

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    BStoneburner Guest

    *note* also posted in MOM general Discussion

    I am preparing to do a mass migration of network printers from a windows
    2000 server to a new 2003 SP1 server. I have all the printers built and have
    only setup myself and two other to print from the new server. I am using Mom
    2005, and have an agent installed on this server.

    I went on vacation for two weeks. When I returned I was told that CPU has
    been running @ 100% in my absense. They have tried multiple reboots, but the
    CPU usage returns.

    Is this a problem with the Microsoft Windows Print Server Detection Script,
    or a problem in Windows Server 2003 wmiprvse.exe?
    BStoneburner, Aug 11, 2006
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    Kenxl Zou Guest

    Hello ,

    Thank you for posting.

    I notice that you have posted the same question in our microsoft.public.mom
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    Kenxl Zou, Aug 14, 2006
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