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Windows Server 2003 Rebooting

By scottantoszewski ·
I remember that with NT 4.0 Microsoft reccomended that you reboot your servers every so often. Do they still reccomend that with Windows server 2003? Thanks.

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by dryflies In reply to Windows Server 2003 Reboo ...

rebooting is required for some updates but you do not generally need to reboot your system. I do not believe rebooting is recommended for WS2k3. I know I only reboot when an update requires it. rebooting was used as a way to clean up after memory leaks in the OS. I think WS2K3 has very few if any memory leaks.
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by scottantoszewski In reply to

Thats kinda what I thought too. Thanks for the input.

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by scottantoszewski In reply to Windows Server 2003 Reboo ...

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