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KB44537 - Pulse SAM Access results in Memory Leak (NonPaged pool).
Last Modified Date
7/20/2020 9:19 PM
This article describes a scenario where certain applications such as MS teams accessed via Pulse SAM result in a memory Leak (NonPaged pool).
Problem or Goal
Pulse SAM Access results in Memory Leak (NonPaged pool).
This is caused due to the allocated memory not being freed effectively from the Pulse SAM Driver.
This issue is fixed in Pulse Desktop Client 9.1R7.1 (Tentative for the week of July 20th), PDC 9.1R9 (Tentative for Mid-Aug) and above.
To work around this issue, enable "
Fallback to TDI driver
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