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slow network after FEEPRO.exe error

Posted on 2009-07-07
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I have a IIS 6.0 server (windows 2003 server web edition) that gets a FEE application error.  When this error occurs it appears to slow down access to the internet.  I reboot the server and it works fine for a day or two.  

The server does NOT freeze or appear to have any major slow down issue and the web site appears to be workiing ok.

The last things that I have done are:
a. updated the SSL certificate
b. loaded what's up gold evaluation
c. loaded Trend Micro evaluation
d. added additional web sites to IIS (using their own application service)

Attached are some screen shots of the error.

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cmorbach earned 2000 total points
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Have you installed something like "Visual Web Task "?
maybe in
"c:\Program Files\Lencom Software Inc\Visual Web Task XYZ"?
Could you try deinstalling/updating the software then?

Maybe also you antivirus solution can be a cause for the error. Tried to disable for a while or evaluate another one?
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by:tucktech
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I have removed the current anti virus, it was an evaluation.  I also uninstalled some software that I recently added.  It will take several days to a week before I see the error again.  I should know something by 07/17/09
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by:tucktech
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I removed the antivirus and the other software I had added and it resolved the problem.  It has been almost 5 days after uninstall and it is ok now.  The problem was showing up consistently every 2 days.
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