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How to fix server 2003 standard x64 edition application error 333???

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we are running windows server 2003 r2 x64 standard edition and we are noticing a lot of application popup errors 333 in the event viewer.  the only way to rid the server of these errors is to reboot it and then maybe a month later we have to reboot it again for the same problem.  how can i fix this???  this server also runs exchange 2007 SP1 standard
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You probably have memory leaks caused by a poorly programmed software. Sometimes updates can help here, so make sure your OS and apps are properly patched. If that doesn't help just regularly reboot the server so the leaked memory is released. You could schedule an automatic reboot each weekend.
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how do you schedule a automatic reboot??
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There are utilities for that you can download (google for them), or you can create a batch file using the shutdown command of windows, then use the windows scheduler to run that batch file at a given time.

In a cmd prompt you can get the options and syntax you can use for shutdown by entering shutdown /?

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