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CPU utilization at 100%

Posted on 2004-04-06
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whenever I connect to either my Server 2000 or 2003 via a remote desktop connection I observe the following conditions--

- CPU utilizations goes up to 100%
- I don't processes like Sytem or System Idle
- I notice alot of process have disapeared

Any thoughts
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Question by:zehcurb
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Hi zehcurb,

What process is using all the CPU time?
What processes are you missing?

Greetings,

LucF
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by:zehcurb
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Hi LucF:

Thanks for the speedy responce.

The scary part about this is that there is about 8 process left and all show 00 CPU%. I'm surprise that I can even remote in. I'll logon later and take a screen dump of the processes left.
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The processes that have 00% CPU usage are good. You should check the ones with the high numbers.
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by:edumgt
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Having the same problem.  CPU utilization is at %100, but all processes register as 00%.
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by:LucF
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edumgt,

Please create your own question.

Thanks,

LucF
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