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The problem expressed in this article is the exact same symptom/errors we are experiencing.
http://blogs.msdn.com/david.wang/archive/2005/09/21/HOWTO-Diagnose-IIS6-failing-to-accept-connections-due-to-Connections-Refused.aspx

I've attached a screenshot of our poolmon.exe
How can I find out what these tags are related to? A couple of Goole searches came up empty...Strange.
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You should perform a poolmon -c to get the according driver names. Than look for the big non-paged figures, and associate them with the driver.
The Rx tags look suspicious, but the real big fishes are   File, TraT and Irp. Irp is I/O related, so I guess you have big usage of file sharing on that server.

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Ended up rebuilding the computer, Belive this had to do with Symantec AV. Junk!
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