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Starting to mess with process priority will probably be a waste of your time. Microsoft has always discouraged this, and since services are so dependent on other core services, you'll rarely achieve your goal. (for instance, the CVSNT service doesn't do all the work, it relies on the work of underlying OS services to get things done). If speed is an issue, I suggest you first bring up Performance Monitor and see where the bottlenecks are and determine if any tweeking of components can be done, or is the server just plain underpowered....? Hope that helps.... Tyler "Kevin Mills" <kevin.mills at microfocus.com> wrote in message news:c1l1em$p3p$1 at sisko.local.nodomain.org... > Does anyone know how to set the CVS Service to high priority, we are having > issues with the speed of the server at times especially when people are > copying to/from the server, does anyone have a solution for this? > > Thanks > >