Monthly Archives: April 2014

RamMap – usage of rammap.exe for troubleshooting unexplained high memory usage on windows servers

RamMap Sysinternal tool is a physical memory usage analysis utility for Windows operating systems Microsoft Windows Vista and later.. This great tool will provide a graphical view of physical memory usage in different tabs. Use Counts: usage summary by type … Continue reading

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WS2012 – Windows could not share your printer there are no more endpoints

We were experiencing a problem on Windows Server 2012 when we tried to share a print queue the printer wizard was showing up a error message “Windows can’t open Add Printer. There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint … Continue reading

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PowerCLI – Disable/Enable hotadd cpu and memory options on multiple virtual machines

Hot Add Memory and Hot Add vCPU options in VMware lets you to add Memory and vCpu to virtual machine while the vm is powered-on however there might be situations where we would like to disable this option on virtual … Continue reading

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Mssearch.exe handle/memory leak windows 2008 sp2 sharepoint server

A sharepoint server was having domain connectivity issues and this issue was reoccurring every day during business hours causing impact to the business. After analyzing the perfmon reports and resource monitor we have found MSSEARCH.exe causing handle leak on the … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting a Hung Windows Server

Troubleshooting a hung or non-responsive Windows server can be a challenging endeavor. Simply hitting the reset button is no longer a tolerated option as an increasing number of these servers are used for business critical operations. There are a variety … Continue reading

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