Microsoft KB Archive/247438
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When you put NetMeeting into sleep mode on a Microsoft Windows 2000-based computer, it does not release the memory it consumes. When you view NetMeeting's memory usage in Performance Monitor, you see that it does not decrease when NetMeeting is put into sleep mode.
When you start NetMeeting, the system loads the multimedia drivers that NetMeeting uses to accept incoming calls. When you put NetMeeting into sleep mode, those drivers remain in memory, consuming substantial resources.
This behavior is by design.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE PROBLEM
On a Microsoft Windows 2000-based computer:
Additional query words: ram
Last Reviewed: December 29, 1999