for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004.
for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows 2000.
if you are using McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.0i.
Your Windows 2000-based server may start to run very slowly, and it may eventually stop responding (hang). See ME833266
to find out why this happens.
If you are using ISA Server then you should look at ME321844
A computer that is running Windows 2000 Server or Windows 2000 Advanced Server with the 3Com 1807 hardware driver or 3Com port driver (3c1807.sys) may experience this problem. See ME312021
to find out how to fix this problem.
If you are running Norton Antivirus 2000 suite on Windows 2000, this may be the cause of your problem. Users have reported that removing the Antivirus has helped them to get rid of this error. Try to install a newer version of NAV.
This problem might occur because of a memory leak in the code of the Volume Shadow Copy Service backup infrastructure. See ME826751
for a hotfix.
for additional information on fixing this error.
You can also use the Memory Pool Monitor (Poolmon.exe) from Microsoft to troubleshoot kernel mode memory leaks.
From a newsgroup post: "We had exactly the same problem several months ago. It was our main SQL server, so when we could not find the solution we placed a call to Microsoft. They told us that the article ME133384
does apply to NT4.0, not just to 3.51. In our case, it turned out that “ARCServe” was not freeing up memory after running a backup every night, so that was the source of our leak. Follow the instructions in ME133384
and you will find your culprit".
From a newsgroup post: "After using MemTriage I tracked the problem down to the Promise Array Management software (PAM). PAM consists of two server processes msgsvr.exe and msgagt.exe. One of these was continuously allocating memory but never releasing any back. I've uninstalled the Promise s/w and the NP Pool usage is now pretty constant. The version of PAM that caused this is 3.2.1, build 13".
See McAfee Solution ID kb45505 for a patch from McAfee. Go to the McAfee Knowledge Search page and search for this solution to read it.
and the link to "EventID 2019 from source NCP Server" for more details on this event.