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Exchange 2007 COM+ has determined that your machine is running very low on available memory.

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I'm running Exchange 2007 with 2003 Server STD on a Dell PowerEdge 2950 with 4GB memory, 2 Dual Core 3 GHZ intel processors.  I have two partitions one for the OS (31 GB total and 14 GB available) and one for the stores (377 total and 253 available).   Below is the error I'm getting:

Source:  COM+   Event ID: 4830

COM+ has determined that your machine is running very low on available memory.  In order to ensure proper system behavior, the activation of the component has been refused.  If this problem continues, either install more memory or increase the size of your paging file.  Memory statistics are: dwMemoryLoad = 96
ullTotalPhys = 0x0ffefc000
ullAvailPhys = 0x008fea000
ullTotalPageFile = 0x2efa32000
ullAvailPageFile = 0x019417000
ullTotalVirtual = 0x7fffffe0000
ullAvailVirtual = 0x7ff64eec000

Process Name: store.exe
Comsvcs.dll file version: ENU 2001.12.4720.3959 shp

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
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whats the size of the page file on the system? I guess your virtual memory is going low. check the settings and adjust them. you will need to reboot for the changes to take effect.
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OK.  Here is some more information. I checked to see what was consuming my virtual memory and bermote.exe was consuming over 5 GB of virtual memory.  I killed the process and all is good, but I want to know if there is a fix that i'm over looking for the beremote.exe.  This is the backup executive remote client used with Symantec Backup Exec 11D REV 7170 for Exchange 2007.  Backup Exec is SP1 and has only hot fix 17 applied.  
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It happened to be the backup exec remote agent in Symantec Backup Exec 11D version 7170.  I had to apply hot fixes.  The backup exec remote agent was consuming 5.25 GB of virutal memory, youch.
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