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Win2008 R2 audio service stopped working

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Hi, we have a Terminal Server running on Win2008 R2 server.  Our remote desktop users uses their Outlook 2010 to check their e-mails and also receive voicemail on your e-mails.  Now and then, sound stopped working.  To get sound to work, I have to restart the Windows audio service.  Then the users must logout and login in order to have sound.
This Terminal server is a Hyper-V virtual server with 12GB of RAM.

What could be the problem?
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by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
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How often are you rebooting this server?
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Once a week.
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It seems like we ran out of hard drive space and RAM was running really high at 11GB out of 12GB of ram.
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by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
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Well you need to restart terminal servers often. That is the only solution.
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No answer from anyone else and it seems the resources were taken up. Hence, the audio service hung up.
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