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SBS 2011 lsass.exe service  Bandwidth issue

Posted on 2016-11-17
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Hi Experts

I have a problem with a SBS 2011Server
 The lsass.exe  is uploading to the WAN killing bandwidth

does anyone have any ideas how to fix this?

Thanks
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Question by:Paul-Anthony
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by:Cris Hanna
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Have you scanned the server for viruses with several different tools
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Paul-Anthony earned 0 total points
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Thanks  for your help, much appreciated
we ended up going through the router and going through firewall path through settings
It ended up being that port 389 and 636 were open and directed to the AD that was causing the upload issue,
closing these ports off stopped the issue from occurring,
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by:Paul-Anthony
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I didn't get many responses and solved the problem ourselves
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