A modern setup host is a computer that is used to set up and manage other computers in a network. It is a central point of control for the network, allowing administrators to install and configure software, manage user accounts, and monitor the network’s activity.
A setup host can be a server or a workstation, and it typically runs a special operating system designed for this purpose called a “setup host OS.” The setup host is usually a computer that is connected to the Internet or some other network, and it allows network users to access the network once they have logged in. Some networks may have multiple setup hosts so that one can be on-call for emergencies. The computer that provides the actual network setup services is called a “server,” and it may be dedicated to this function. The server may run a special setup OS, or it may also be running Windows XP Professional, Vista, 7 or 8.
Setup hosts are used in a variety of ways. Some setups may only require a login, while others may require more extensive setup, such as dial-up modem connections. Setup hosts are also used in network infrastructure and computer security to allow multiple computers to access a single set of resources.
This allows the same file or directory to be shared by multiple users, such as a server with several client computers connected. Web servers can be setup in a special way to allow remote administration from computers that have no installation of Windows. The web server can run a version of Linux or Unix (i.e., BSD). Setup hosts are also valuable for installation of full-blown operating systems.
Setup hosts are typically installed on a computer that will be used to install the operating system and provide network access. The computer normally has an Internet connection, and can also be used as a file server.
Following are some reasons of High CPU usage:
1. CPU is working all the time. Setup hosts are running 24×7 and CPU usage is always high.
2. Many processes are running with very low priority and they eat up resources such as memory, disk space and interrupts.
3. Many services are running simultaneously and they don’t have specific priorities.
One of the most common causes for high CPU usage is a misconfigured service or a misconfigured service process.
1. Use a web browser to check the CPU and memory usage of your hosts.
2. Run the Windows Update Troubleshooter, to du this launch window setting and click on Update and security. Now click on Troubleshoot button, Click Start, click Windows Update, then click the Run the troubleshooter button.
3. Delete SoftwareDistribution Folder Uninstall software and drivers as root user.
4. Open command prompt and type the following command:- cd “\\server\share\software” This will make you to get into Software Distribution Folder
5. Delete Corrupt Files, One of the most common computer problems is a corrupted file. This can be caused by a variety of things, from a virus to human error. There are many ways to try to fix a corrupted file, but the best way is often to delete it and start over. This can be a difficult process, especially if the file is large or important, but it is often the only way to get your computer back up and running.
6. Close Background Apps,In order to close Background Apps click the following.
- Open up system settings
- Background apps
- Toggle off
1. Open an elevated command prompt and run the following commands:
cd /d %SystemDrive%\Windows\SoftwareDistribution
2. Enter the following commands to disable automatic updates:
bcdboot.exe /s /f Windows10Boot.
Disabling Windows Updates for an extended period of time is not good for your computer.
Stay Updated, will let you solve all kinds of issues.