|Subject:||RE: Server requires re-activation every few hours.|
|Posted by:||mu (…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 19 Mar 2006|
The server in question appears to "stay up" (not lock up) if the
administrator is logged on, regardless of how long, even after time out.
> I have a Windows 2003 server, (with all updates, to date) that "locks up".
> You are unable to logon remotely and logging on locally fails until you
> activate the server (on line, so far). Of course, it was activated and ran
> for about 1 year. The failure did not coordinate with an update (that we know
> of anyway) and no other HW or SW changes have been made.
> We may have had two servers that behaved this way but one has been rebuilt
> and no problems from it, since rebuild. Not enough info remains to be sure
> they were the same.
> What can cause a demand for reactivation? (Note: No hardware or software
> changes have been made.)
Server requires re-activation every few hours. posted by mu on Thu, 16 Mar 2006