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SBS 2011 Standard sluggish user interface

Posted on 2011-03-16
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I have a newly installed and configured SBS 2011 Standard server. The user interface seems to be very sluggish. The snap-ins take a long time to get going. I get a lot of "not responding" while various things hang from opening the control panel, to checking for updates, etc.

It's almost like it's running on ancient hardware but it is not.

Any ideas?
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Does any of harware have a yellow bang in device manager?

Are the video driver current?

how much RAM?

How is the swap file configured?

Waht are the general specs of the system?
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Sorry Wrong Zone.  But thanks for attempt
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