Question : Windows 2003 Server 64 bit is sluggish

We have a HP Proliant ML370 G4 Server for a small office. It has dual Xeon 3.0 processors, 16 GB of RAM and a static 25600 MB page file.

Recently we wiped it clean of everything and reinstalled Windows 2003 R2 Server. This time instead of a 32 bit product we went with the 64 bit product. We completed all of the firmware and driver updates offered by HP and all of the MS Critical Updates. And this box has no anti-virus installed.

Having said the above, the box appears to be sluggish at times. Even when doing nothing major (e.g. surfing the Internet using IE). I even try pulling up Task Manager at that stops responding for a period.

I am wondering if there might be some tweaks to consider in making the 64 bit environment run more effeciently? Or are there some buggie related items that I need to think about?

Answer : Windows 2003 Server 64 bit is sluggish

User-defined types (UDTs) that were created in an instance of SQL Server have dependencies on common language runtime (CLR) assemblies. If you use the Transfer SQL Server Objects task to transfer UDTs, you must also configure the task to transfer dependent objects. To transfer dependent objects, set the IncludeDependentObjects  property to True.


for FKs you don't need this option

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