Sorry I did install Exchange SP2. The SBS BPA gave errors about setting
TCP/IP settings in the registry. I did this but still has the problem.
"SteveB" <newsgroup@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Its not really an answer for your issue but is there any reason you
> didn't install Exchange SP2? Since there are many Exchange tasks that
> are run at night you might try it, and its the only way to increase
> the IS database size if you need to go larger than 16 GB. What does
> the SBS BPA report as any issues now?
> "Steve" <steveryerse@newsgroup> wrote in message
> >I followed all the readme files in installing SP2 on a SBS2003 server.
> >Installed SBS SP1, Windows SP1, Exchange SP1 and Windows SP2.
> >Followed all the troubleshooting issues when installing SP2 on
> >SBS2003. Its on an HP Server with Broadcom network card. I updated
> >the drivers and this is what happens.
> > If you restart the server everything is fine for the day. When the
> > client comes in next morning the server is extremely slow in doing
> > anything.
> > Taskmanager does not show anything hogging CPU its just a crawl.
> > Users mostly can't login or if they do the network action is too
> > slow to work with. The only solution is to restart the server and
> > everything seems fine till the next day. I have stopped all tasks
> > that run in the night except backup from a Backup Exec 10d which is
> > working fine.
> > Anything would be much appreciated.