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Lsass.exe on SBS 2003 consumes LOTS of IOPS (over 350 iops on I/O other, total of 2m in less than 2 hours)

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The SBS is literally bleeding. Any ideas?
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What happens if you disable the License Logging Service?
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Are you running Symantec on the server?
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