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Can I run DCDIAG on the server while users are connected and working?

Posted on 2011-04-25
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Just want to make sure to not bring anything down, maybe should wait until evening.

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by:Glen Knight
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Absolutely.  It doesn't stop anything.  It's literally just reading information.
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by:cas_three
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What about the SBS 2003 Best Practices Analyzer?

Thank you!
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Yes, you can run that too :)

I do it all the time :)
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Great, thank you so much!
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