Were running on Windows 2008 R2 Terminal server with AppSense on top. Occasionally explorer.exe uses 100% CPU when a user is logged in. We tried to use an explorer.exe fix I found on the net, but this didnt help much. I also resized the pagefile to be bigger, as recommended in some posts feedback. That didnt do the trick either.
Does someone has some other solutions to recommend?
The problems seems to be a compatibility issue with AppSense and PManger.exe, causing some certain programs to use 100% of the CPU.
Recommended hotfixes from MS is:
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