The lsass.exe process is allocating more memory than usual

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Microsoft Exchange 2003
Small Business Server 2003
I keep getting this message on my exchange server 2003. The lsass.exe process is allocating more memory than usual.  My store.exe is usine 608,556K of memory. What can I do to stop this?

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  • mshen
    Are you on Service Pack 2 for exchange?
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  • Kmartin56
    Yes, I am using service pack 2
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  • Kmartin56
    I might also mention that the users are keeping enormous amounts of email in their inboxes and folders, could this be part of the problem? I have asked them to decrease but am still getting the error message.
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  • Labnuke99
    According to Wikipedia: Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS), is a process in Microsoft Windows operating systems that is responsible for enforcing the security policy on the system. It verifies users logging on to a Windows computer or server, handles password changes, and creates access tokens. It also writes to the Windows Security Log. So, I'm having a hard time understanding any connection between Exchange and the LSASS.exe process in this case. What else is running on this server?
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