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At some specific time in the evenings . All my printers go really slow.

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At some specific time in the evenings . All my printers go really slow.
When a print is given iot takes 20 + min to print out. Actually it takes 5 sec in the normal times. How can i troubleshoot this issue.

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Sharath
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I woudl reccomend running performance monitor on the print server. According to MS a print server utilizes Memory, disk, and network components so you should monitor Memory, Network Interface, PhysicalDisk, LogicalDisk, and Print Queue counters.
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