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store.exe high cpu exchange

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I have a client who is running Sharepoint/DNS/AD/BES/exchange/

and the Store.exe is running at 700 which is too high....the PF usage on Task Manager is almost at 100%.

any ideas if this is alright and if not how to fix?

This in SBS2008
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by:Neil Russell
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All on one server???? :(
SBS eh! Oh well.

Have a read here. -> http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2004/08/02/206012.aspx
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by:frajico
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Please tell us that all is not running on the same server ......
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by:vulture714
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Yes,

This is all running on the same server.
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by:Neil Russell
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What is the server spec? Dual Quadcore Xeon with 48Gb memory? :P
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Get another 2 servers if possible. If not, get at least another server and move there AD/DNS and Sharepoint and if possible, move Sharepoint on another server.

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