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Prevent Server Hang and CPU spiking to 100% with Windows 2003 SBS and NOD32 4.0 with Real time file protection

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I am running Windows 2003 Small Business Server and NOD32 4.0. Everytime NOD32 is actively protecting the system the CPU is spiking to 100%. I excluded all of the recommended exclusions, any ideas? This is causing the server to freeze / hang. SBS is running on a virtual machine, I can begin to log in with VMWare but then it locks up.
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by:Spunky4983
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Hi, are you running sbs 2003 on the required hardware specifications?
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jbatt earned 2000 total points
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Try un-installing the software
Reboot
Re-install the software

Sounds like you are running SBS in VMWare. Make sure you have enough ram and good disk I/O
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by:carmodyk
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Perhaps there's some logging I can turn on to try to capture when this happens? Any Suggestions
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