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Under the Performance Options on a Windows Server 2003 Std., w/ 4GB of RAM running Exchange 2003, is it better to set the memory usage to adjust for best performance of Programs or System cache?
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Hello rose6060,

You'll probably get lots of varying advice on this, but Windows does a pretty good job of managing it's pagefile these days so I'd leave it at automatic.



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Robmonster
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Ooops, sorry, misread question....
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The default is Programs, which is what I always set it to, with the other one set to Background services (again is default I believe).

Simon.
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