can u tell me how i can find out who is causing this high spikes with desktop engine or some outlook rules.
Do you know if this is a spike going on or has been a continuous trend? If it's a spike that you're experiencing, run exmon to see if there is a particular user running some sort of operation that is causing this, could be anything from indexing operations such as desktop search engines that the previous poster suggested, some user moving large number of items or running some Outlook rule, etc, Blackberry issues etc. Also good to run Exchange Best Practice analyzer as well.James Chong (MVP)
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Subject: [ExchangeList] RPC operation is very high- urgentDear all,
I am running exchange 2003 in windows cluster environment. We are facing a issue of performance, in exchange RPC operations is very high ideally it should be less than 50. what step should i take to overcome this.