[windows2000] Interesting Windows 2000 problem.

  • From: "Gary Holbrook" <gholbrook@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 11:22:48 -0500

Good morning!

I've got an interesting problem with Windows 2000 that one of you may have 
dealt with.  I'm in a Windows 2000 environment, including to domain 
controllers\file servers and 5 Citrix terminal servers.  We are using group 
policy and folder redirection to changed the users' appdata, favorites, and My 
Documents to the u: drive (network mapped).

Sometimes, without any obvious provocation, one of the terminal servers comes 
to a screeching halt.  It doesn't blue-screen or anything, but its performance 
becomes so poor that it appears locked up.  It isn't though, and if I go to the 
file server and manage the server, go to shared folders, and then start 
deleting sessions from the terminal server in question, it will suddenly spring 
back to life.  It's also noteworthy that while it's "frozen" CPU usage drops to 

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!


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