msarn200.exe and explorer.exe problem

msarn200.exe and explorer.exe problem

Post by Allan But » Tue, 23 Sep 2003 22:33:30


Hi, I'm not sure if I am posting to the right newsgroup
here but I will ask the question anyway.
I have recently rolled over a server at a particular
location. Formerly the site was an NT4.0 workgroup that
has now been rolled into an sbs2000 domain. The rollover
has gone fine except for the main application, which uses
an msaccess2.0 runtime component to drive it. On some of
the clients (Common thread is that all offending clients
are using windows XP with SP1) when you, say, print an
invoice, prints OK at first but then appears to freeze on
the second attempt, and won't output the print job for
approx 15 minutes. I put the task manager beside the app
and tried again and noticed that when the program was
behaving itself msarn200.exe was the process that took
99% of the cpu whilst it was setting up the report to
print. When the job "appeared" to freeze explorer.exe was
hogging 99% of the cpu. Has anyone seen a scenario
similar to this before.
 
 
 

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