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Looking for a solution to an issue we are having.   Our windows print server has occasional problems where it goes crazy and needs a reboot.  We are not seeing any common things like high cpu or high memory usage until after it reboots.   I am seeing were some processes like spooler and print isolation host are consuming high virtual memory but physical memory is fine.  When this happens printers become unavailable and printing is down.   I am looking for a way to alert on this condition only thing I can think of right off is would there be a way to monitor a printer share if it was available?

 

Any thoughts?

Rick Bywalski selected answer