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    Thanks for taking the time to have a read of my problem.

    Basically i havea farm of 2003 Terminal Servers running away with Office installed and a few other apps. Have another machine that runs as a print server amoungst otherthings… It has all the printers running on it and the users connect there printers through there session.

    Anyway I check the machines regulary with perfmon etc or manually and spot occasionaly the spooler service running at 700mg of ram. Basically it seems that a print job may go into “the void” but sit there are spool up to 700MB ram. A quick restart of the service and all is good. Print servicing keep functioning but the spooler is going crazy.

    Is there a couple of settings i could change to stop this from happening or limit it so it doesn’t use all that RAM and therefore degrade my Terminal Servers. Should this be spooling on the print server and not the TS machines ??


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