N/APosted on - 01/14/2012
At our workplace we have a network with less than ten computers and run an Exchange 2003 server. We are however running into problems whenever a client logs off because the server stops running. This has taken place a number of times and each time the whole network freezes and fails to recover. I went and did some few changes which include logging USERENV 1058 and 1030. I have also made a few corrections in the registry but these actions seem to worsen the situation as the whole network collapsed. This situation has got out of hand and I would be grateful to find someone to help me contain it.
Server freezes/stops running when client logs off in Exchange 2003 server
The problem with your exchange server freezing all the time might be caused by the changes that you have made in the settings, and therefore I will suggest that you get rid of all the changes that you just made. Restore the exchange server to the default settings before you started experiencing that problem.
Something else that you will need to check is the free space that you have on the PC on which you have installed the exchange server. In case there are many files on that computer that have exhausted the space on that computer, then that is the reason for frequent freezing. You will need to delete the files that are not useful or transfer them to another storage device like an external hard drive.