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The server is reporting 100 percent CPU usage by one of the following processes: Dllhost.exe, Mssearch.exe, or Cscript.exe. Client connections to the portal time out. You are able to end the processes, but the next time you try to access the workspace, another process takes up 100 percent CPU time. Restarting the server does not fix the problem.
Stop the World Wide Web Publishing Service (W3SVC), and then delete the Internet Publishing Provider cache. You may need to restart the server.
- Close all open applications on the server.
- Click Start, click Run, type cmd in the Open box, and then press ENTER. Leave the command prompt window open.
- Click Start, and then click Shut Down.
- Simultaneously press the CTRL+ALT+SHIFT keys. While you have all three keys pressed, click Cancel in the Shut Down Windows dialog box. All windows close except the command prompt window.
- In the command prompt window, change directory to the following location:
%system drive%\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\MSDAIPP\Offline
- Delete all files in this directory. Note that application data and its subfolders are hidden.
- Change directory to the Offline folder for the current user, located at:
To locate the current user’s appdata value, type set at the command prompt, and then look for the value of the Appdata variable. Delete all files in the Offline directory.
- Type explorer at the command prompt, and then press ENTER.
- Type net start w3svc.
- You may need to restart the server if the problem is not resolved.