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MMC.EXE runs/hangs even after all MMC consoles are closed.

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MMC.EXE runs/hangs even after all MMC consoles are closed.

Running W2K Server w/SP2 and Exchange Server 2000 SP3.

Has anybody experienced this problem and found a fix?

Any ideas, please let me know.
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I've seen this happen on DC's with antivirus file scanners running on them.  If this is the case, try excluding \winnt\system32 from realtime scanning.

Also, try running Task Manager before you start the MMC that hangs (usually ADU&C) and set the priority of the MMC that's hogging the CPU to Low, that could allow it to complete starting up.
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