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Network Problems with SMS 2.0...

Network Problems with SMS 2.0...

Network Problems with SMS 2.0...

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I seem to recall a posting here that describes a problem that we may currently be experiencing.
The posting said that after approx. a month of running SMS 2.0 that their network started experiencing high utilization.
Approx. a week and a half to two weeks ago we finished adding smsls.bat to 1600 end users. Shortly there after we noticed high traffic utilization on our router. I believe that the person contacted MS and were told to rename or delete some DLL's.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.

RE: Network Problems with SMS 2.0...

I may be stating the obvious, but check your inventory schedules for hardware and software. You may be polling your clients much more frequently than necessary. Also check your SMS bandwidth throttling settings.

DrLove


MCSE + I

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