2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 11, 2016 7:30 AM by JLParrish

    Anyone notice TrustedInstaller.exe tying down almost all memory resources during large patch deployments?


      I'll summarize as best I can. The details; targeted server is Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64). The console; Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard (x64) w/ Shavlik Protect Standard 9.2.0 Build 5046. Uh, Automatic Updates verified disabled on target system, Windows Update service set to "manual", 273 patches being deployed (agentless). What we are seeing; during our larger deployments it seems like the TrustedInstaller.exe process is slowly consuming all memory resources on the targeted systems. In the end, it seems like the deployment process gets hung at a random patch being deployed. This usually results in the deployment process being stopped manually, unresponsive systems, partially installed patches, failed deployments, and additional time spent rectifying the situation.


      Anyone noticed something similar to this? If so, any recommendations?