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I have a SBS2003 box which is using a lot of memory (triggers alram).  Taskmgr shows 150 MB of memory being user by sqlservr.exe.  I think there are no apps installed on this server using SQL Server (unless this is natively used by SBS).  Can I do something to free these resources?  Is this going to cause a problem?  I see SQL Server running in the systray with a not connected status.

Thx,

Bill
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Stop the SQL services and mark these as disabled start up type.   <-- assuming that you don't use SQL.
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Please see this blog post regarding the SQL Allocated Memory Alert on SBS:  http://msmvps.com/blogs/bradley/archive/2005/02/04/34984.aspx

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