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Perfomance Monitor on Exchange Server shows 100% on Processor

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When I run Perfmon on my Exchange Server, the Processor graph is always at 100%. Yet if I go into Task Manager, it shows CPU usage at 1 to 2%, and all processes at 00. Should I just ignore the Perfmon graphs?
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by:mmudry
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Is your Exchange server running on a virtual server?  And is performance slow?
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by:Rohidas357
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It is not on a Virtual server, and performance seems to be ok. We are not a large org, about 75 users.
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by:mmudry
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What are the version of Windows/Exchange?  If the output is incorrect like it sounds I would ignore it, but look at patching your OS.
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I am running Windows Server 2003 Std. SP1, and Exchange Server Std. ver. 6.5 SP2
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Ignore it...
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