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SBS Performace Report

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Please look at my report. I am trying to figure out what is bad and what needs to be changed. I am concerned about the Store and whatever HtmlDlg is...
Server-Performance-Report---CHEN.pdf
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store.exe is fine.  That's normal, you should anticipate anywhere between 500MB and 1GB of ram allocation for Exchange03 store.exe.  As far as HtmlDlg.... That's Mcafee, I presume its your antivirus.  That seems like a lot.  We use TrendMicro and it does not use nearly that much resource.
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Thanks...Mcafee has been fine for about a year...now we are having issues. I will check out TrendMicro. Mcafee's firewall doesn't work for SBS 2003 because it blocks too many things that need to run...I tried to use it but it was a mess and I constantly had to be on the server screen to let programs run. Thanks for your help.
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