wmiprvse.exe 2008 r2 domain contoller using excessive CPU

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I read many articles on this issue but it only seems to apply to older versions of windows.    The CPU is constantly at 10 to 30 percent from this service.  
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Is the server running as an R2 Print Server? WMIprvse runs higher than normal CPU usage on Printer Servers.
I don't have a link to support handy, but i have seen it a number of times personally

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No just a domain controller
Updating BIOS solved issue

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Found Issue on my own

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