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Re: Lsass.exe causing shutdown in IE.

  • From: william(at)elan.net
  • Date: Sat May 01 21:40:51 2004


Yes, for last couple days I'm getting constant nagios reports about some
windows servers getting rebooted all the time (these are all win2000 but 
obviously it has same kernel as xp and viruses and exploits are all same)
I could not find any good way to actually shut this all down on firewall
level and forced to go through each rebooting computer and make sure all 
the latest windows updates are installed and disabling or renaming "scripts"
iis cgi directory, etc. I've notited these problems on Friday morning but 
possibly it started on Thursday.

On Sat, 1 May 2004, Ejay Hire wrote:
>
> Hi all.
> 
> We're starting to take calls from users about an LSASS.EXE error causing
> XP to do the 60 seconds till forced reboot, and the normal blaster
> mitigation and turning on the ICF isn't fixing it.  I've been able to
> reproduce it on one machine locally.  Is anyone else seeing it?
> 
> -Ejay






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