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On a Windows Server 2003-based computer that has security update 941672 installed, you may experience the following issues:
A DNS server consumes increasing amounts of memory over time. In extreme cases, the DNS server may consume about 2.8 gigabytes (GB) of memory on an x86-based domain controller that has 4 GB of RAM installed.
A DNS server consumes more CPU resources than expected. In extreme cases, CPU usage for the DNS server may reach 100 percent.
DNS stops responding after several days of run time. When you restart the operating system on the DNS server or when you restart DNS, DNS functions as expected until a certain threshold of leaked memory is reached again.
Computers that have security update 941672 installed become unresponsive to logon requests at the console. Or, they become unresponsive to administration from the local console or from a remote console.
Operations that depend on DNS name resolution fail. Such operations include, but are not limited to, the following operations:
Logon requests (CTRL+ALT+DEL) from domain members
Active Directory directory service replication
DNS zones do not load, or they take longer than expected to load. Additionally, zone transfer may fail between primary and secondary DNS servers.
On DNS servers that have security update 941672 installed, the following event is logged in the event log:
Event Type: Error Event Source: DNS Event Category: None Event ID: 111 User: N/A Computer: computer name Description: The DNS server could not create a thread. System may be out of resources. You might close applications not in use, restart the DNS server or reboot your computer. The event data is the error code. Data: 0000: 08 00 00
Note The "08 00 00" extended error code may appear as "000008" in the data section of the event.
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