Continuous Event ID’s 9095 & 9096 in Exchange 2K3.

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One of my Exchange 2K3 servers is experiencing these event ID's every minute, one after another. It is also causing performance issues. I found one KB article referring to a memory leak in the store.exe but that was for Exchange 2K. How do I stop the MAD thread Madness? I have disabled the antivirus agent to eliminate that.

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Microsoft KB 823159 seems to think it could have something to do with OWA but that’s all I could find.

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  • JCDOIT7
    This issue has been resolved. What we found was that "The Routing and Remote Access" service was turned on our DC that the Exchange Server was getting its update services from by another engineer. As soon as we shut down the service the issue has not come back. Another thing that has been know to resolve this problem is by going to your TCP/IP settings then advanced and then to your DNS settings and remove the check box by "Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix." Thank you everyone for your suggestions.
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