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Windows Server 2012 Windows logon process unexpectedly terminated

I have a recently installed 2012 Terminal Server installed on a Dell PowerEdge 860 with 32g (ouch, right?). I think with a 2tb HDD or something. All current patches/updates are applied. The ...
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lsass.exe has different version on different Windows 7 x64 machines

On most of machines lsass.exe has version 6.1.7601.23002 On several machines lsass.exe has version 6.1.7601.18798 I suspect that this is a cause of errors ...
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Lsass.exe high CPU usage and causing request queuing on webserver

I have a webserver with Windows 2012 R2, running only one website, on ASP.NET 4.5.1, IIS 8.5. It does not have, and has never had, the AD role installed. Last Sunday, the process lsass.exe, suddenly ...
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Windows Server 2012 restarts because lsass.exe terminates unexpectedly [closed]

The server reboots periodically and after checking Event Viewer for events with ID 1074 (shutdown) I find this; The process wininit.exe has initiated the restart of computer *********** on behalf of ...
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High CPU Usage by LSASS.exe when installing Exchange Server 2013

We have a Windows 2008 R2 DC and we are installing Exchange Server 2013 (New installation) on a Windows 2012 R2 Server. During the installation I noticed it is getting stuck after completing 18% or ...
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lsass.exe uses 2.4GB of memory when resolving a web page

I have a user who has been noticing slowdowns with his machine frequently. When investigating his system (Windows Server 2008 R2) processes, we saw that lsass.exe was using 2.4GB of memory. A reboot ...
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lsass.exe and UDP port 53

We have DC and DNS on the same server (Windows Server 2012), but today I had seen that lsass.exe uses UDP :53 and our DNS server also requires this incomming UDP port to serve queries through UDP. ...
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SBS Server 2008 with periodic lsass.exe using 100% of 1 Core

SBS Server 2008 with everything running on it (AD/PDC, SQL 2012, FileServer, RDP Gateway, WSUS, No Exchange though). Every 30 minutes on the hour and half hour, lsass.exe uses 25% of the CPU (1 core ...
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LSASS.Exe using 100% CPU usage on SBS2003

LSASS.exe is using 100% CPU usage on my SBS2003 DC. For the life of me, I can't figure out what's causing it. I've checked the event logs and found a few things. I can't see if any of it is related. ...
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Guest account disabled but Guest listed at Task Manager

Because of high CPU usage by the lsass.exe process I googled then discovered the guest account is enabled. I disabled it yesterday & rebooted, as the result CPU usage became normal. Today I ...
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LSASS - Directory Services could not start - 0xc000006a

LSASS - Directory Services could not start - 0xc000006a This is the error message I am getting after restoring an old registry backup. I read somewhere that this has to do with the backup being more ...
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can SECEDIT.exe be used to only add 1 group to 1 security policy? example?

I am assuming based on my research for using SECEDIT.exe -- that a template would be added to the exisitng security .SDB file. That this template would be very tiny... only naming the security policy ...
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Windows 2000 Domain Controller CPU running at 100%

We are running a Windows 2000 Server as a domain controller and file server. 2 weeks ago, the machine was running fine. Then, after a power-outage and a restart, the machine became sluggish and ...
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LSASS.exe trying to communicate over port 80

We are running a standalone web server (Windows 2008 + IIS 7), and our antivirus is blocking LSASS.exe (C:\Windows\system32\lsass.exe) from making outbound connections over port 80. Why is LSASS ...
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lsass.exe is sending lots of ldap search queries to a NAS device

I just noticed that my dc (W2k3 R2 Enterprise SP2) is sending ldap queries to an IP address that is assigned to a NAS device (snapserver). The snapserver is in another AD site and has Active Directory ...