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Exchange 2007 - Excessive Persistent RPC Open Connections

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One of our folks recently had to reboot the Exchange 2007 server as performance had degraded due to a large number of RPC connections hanging around.  Is there a way to clear all of those connections without rebooting the server?

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Use Exmon or Tcp View and kill the sessions. Also check which user is causing it first.
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 250 total points
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I wouldnt go so quickly with just killing sessions as they might come back again rather find users and try to check why so many connections are comming from them and take care of it

As Amit said Exmon could be one of the tools that can help a good deal in this issue.

- Rancy
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Thank you!
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