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COM+ performance Win2k

DonaldDuck
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My server-side components fly along when running under MTS on NT4, but performance under Win2k and COM+ sucks!!!

A processing method takes 3 seconds under MTS/NT4 versus 60 seconds COM+/Win2k.

If I take the components out of Component Services and register them in-process the method runs fine (3 seconds)

All components authored in VB for typical client/server deployment.
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Any authentication/AD/DNS problems maybe?

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I saw this recently, does it help

* POST-SP2 COM+ ROLLUP HOTFIX
   If you're experiencing COM problems, you might want to install the
most recent COM+ rollup hotfix for Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 (SP2)
systems. For a list of Microsoft articles that describe the various
hotfixes, visit the following URL:
   http://www.win2000mag.com/articles/index.cfm?articleid=23003

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You are correct is was meant to be a comment.

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