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WMI Host provider CPU and lsass.exe Memory utlization high
We are using Windows Server 2016 Datacenter build 10.0.14393.3297 We have observed CPU utilization of WMI Host provider and Memory utlization of lsass.exe process is very high due to which system is getting slow. In our application logs which queries to WMI, we have found "enumeration operation may not execute." We found below link which mentions some bug related to WMI host provider: https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/4096063/new-wmi-arbitrator-behavior-in-windows-server [^] The bug mentioned in above link seems fixed in below patch: https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4088889/windows-10-update-kb4088889 1) Could you please let us know if the bug is still exist in Windows Server 2016 Datacenter build 10.0.14393.3297? 2) What could be reason for CPU utilization of WMI Host provider and Memory utlization of lsass.exe process is very high Thanks & Regards, Bhushan
No different way to sign in I just have the pin.
Yes on my sign in for windows the only thing I have showing is pin How do I fix that? And when I try to do the hello face it keeps saying it can't find a camera and I turn my camera on. A Windows person said before look for the pic to where I can chose to sign in with windows pass word but it's not there so I can't. It seems since the update to windows May2004 things is crazy. I've restarted me pc but it don't fix nothing. Before windows update I had the part to sign in windows with a pass word. What buttons needs to be on in the setting for log in option?
Remember the small things with Microsoft Sticky Notes
Unclutter your desktop with Microsoft Sticky Notes. Learn how to create, find, and save your notes securely across all your devices.
How to setup and configure Wi-Fi for home
Set up a secure and efficient Wi-Fi network for home.
I have heard about the numerous attacks recently, and I almost got infected by one. Thanks to my virus knowledge, I am protected! Have you recently encountered any COMPUTER viruses? I am curious to know. I am very sorry if this involves personal info. :)
Stolen tablet - now what
My Surface was stolen yesterday. I logged into Microsoft account and I can see the last location. The thief did not connect it to the internet after stealing it. And as they did not take the charger, it might take a while before they get their hands on a charger and power it on. Now, in the Microsoft account, you have to first Locate and only afterwards you can do the Lock option. This translated to: you have to spend the next days with your eyes glued on the Microsoft Account browser window, hitting refresh continuously, hoping in the 100 hours you will be monitoring non stop this window you will notice the 1-2 minutes your tablet will go online and you get to push the Find button and then the Lock button. I am thus wondering: how could a Microsoft engineer think of such a logic of a security system ? Why even bother to implement such an abomination of a 'security' feature !?
Problem with Rewards program from MSN(edge) homepage.
I click on Rewards icon, it goes for a little bit and then JUMPS back to homepage. I am really disappointed with this because it has been going for some time now! But if I go to Bing search and type in Rewards it goes to login, I click on that and my account shows up. WTF!!!
No Admin user
I changed my admin to local user so I would not have to sign in each time I wanted to use computer. Now it will not let me uninstall programs because I don't have an admin acct. How do I get it back?
Hiding a file
To hide a file: 1. Go to a folder that has a file in File Explorer. 2. Double-click a file while holding down ALT. 3. Click to check the Hidden box, and then click OK. Note: You won't be able to see a file if you go to the same folder in File Explorer. However, you can go to File Explorer Options, and then click Show hidden files, folders, and drives on the View tab.
Quick ways to fix common Wi-Fi connection issues
Stop frustration in its tracks with quick Wi-Fi solution tips for Windows 10
On the console Sign in screen, select the I forgot my password button. Type the characters you see on the screen so we know you’re not a robot. The phone number (s) or alternate email address (es) that you previously provided for security are listed on the Show that you’re you screen.
Try the solutions listed in Step 2: If you can't reset your password. If those don't work either, or if you selected I can't receive a code from this verification page, you'll begin the account recovery process. Go directly to Step 3: Help with the Microsoft account recovery form for tips to complete that process. 3. Get a verification code.
On the sign-in screen, type your Microsoft account name if it's not already displayed. If there are multiple accounts on the computer, choose the one you want to reset. Below the password text box, select I forgot my password. Follow the steps to reset your password.
Important Because changing your Microsoft account password is slightly different than resetting a forgotten password, this page does not cover the steps to reset your account password. If you've forgotten your password and know the email address for your Microsoft account, you can reset your password online by verifying your identity using ...