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We have an application managing other systems in the network solving thier issues.After some days it became un-responsive (applications became unresponsive and windows freezes)

I have confirmed everything is fine with registry clean ups, fragmentation and virus and windows updates. Now I suspect following three issues may be cause problems

  1. IEE authentication

Will these things slow down the application?

If I prevent IEE authentication will it make any issues? If I prevent certificate checks will it provide a solution? How can I determine if my drivers are out of date from windows logs, what search do I need to do in windows logs.

Any other suggestions?

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I'm not sure about this, but it seems as memory leek. Bunch of guides on the net. In order to update all the drivers, navigate to your server manufacturer's website and download all most updated drivers. –  Vick Vega Mar 17 '12 at 7:06
@gideon ok, how to track memory leak properly ,you have a ny suggestion.I will check the threads going on, other than that? –  michale Mar 19 '12 at 16:18

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