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Is your Virusscan 8.7i with or without Patch 1?
you could always create a dump file and look at it to see if you can find the process that caused the crash:
I had a similar problem with vscan 8.5 upgrade from vscan 8 on a server.
Otherwise reload 8.5 on it to protect in the mean time.
It is VSE 8.7i WITH Patch 1.
I tried to access the memory.dmp file as per microsofts instructions, but even after installing all the symbol files available it still said I didn't have the ones needed to view it.
I only used the dubug util once before and can't remember what cmd i used.
If this doen't help then you need to go look thru some ms technet forums for the answer to that before you can get the info.
Right, this is stupid.
I used Syschk to connect to symbol server finally, it downloaded ALL required files and it still says the symbols are incorrect...
Anyone got an idea of what could be causing the BSOD WITHOUT me having to attempt to access the retarded memory.dmp that microsoft create?
are you running the recommended exemptions for AV on domain controllers as specified by MS for the OS and patch level?
Ive had BSOD on citrix servers i the past until I added in some exemptions they wanted
I did search for these originally but couldn't find any information, so used the exceptions we previously had when using 8.0 which worked fine... and it was just "Windows File Protection - Read".
All the other Domain Controllers using these exceptions are working fine, just two of them are having problems.
Do you have a link to such recommended exceptions?