Windows CE OS 6.0 Lockdown memory leak
Are you using TelnetCE?
I've seen a 100% CPU consumption by TelnetCE I think when the SOTI Lockdown is used.
Yes we use TelnetCE. So it seems that some weird synergy is going on between the two applications on my particular model/OS. Are there any known fixes to this issue?
I would suggest trying this without Telnet on a test device to confirm if this happens only when you have that application on the device and lockdown active at the same time.
Secondly, I would try to add the application into the lock down to see if that helps to prevent any conflicts that are arising as a result of the combination of applications.
Let me know the outcome of these tests and I will be able to provided you with next steps.
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Levi, could you verify that your TelnetCE is on the latest version?
I have specifically seen high CPU consumption (memory leaks?) when running the OEM version of TelnetCE alongside the SOTI lockdown.
The whole issue could be stemming from you deploying TelnetCE upgrade/config via SOTI package, in which you may be installing it in a CAB format. I have seen that the CAB install can be very finicky with TelnetCE config files already existing, but even more critical is that your CAB will install and deliver the appropriate config files but not actually upgrade TelnetCE, leaving your device on a very old version of the software.
TelnetCE would never upgrade for me unless I exited the lockdown prior to installing the profile/package from MC. I believe one of my colleagues circumvented this issue by utilizing a post-install script to execute the CAB versus the built-in wceload script in the package file advanced contents.