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Exchange 2010 - Sharepoint Portal Server 2004 causing high CPU

Posted on 2014-03-06
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We have migrated a large number of users to Outlook Exchange cached mode recently. We're now seeing random 100% cpu spikes been caused by the msftefd.exe

Is this expected behaviour?
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Question by:paullord
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That's the content indexing.  You could turn it off completely if you don't need it.

Or else add more processors and also you should be updated with latest service pack and latest Rollup Updates.


Read below pro's and con's about disabling Content Index

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996416.aspx
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