These process are part of the OpsXML side of CiscoWorks Assistant. The bug is still being worked on. However, our servers do not see this problem. You might try shutting down dmgtd, then killing off any leftover GG* processes (or any casuser process). Then restart dmgtd, and see if the problem persists.
It is the GGScript.exe. Killing that process manually works, but I am not always here when the problem occurs, so I need something automatically. I thought about an vbs-Script started by the Windows Scheduler, but I hoped for a better solution (i.e. a bug-fix).
The bug is fixed in LMS 3.1 which ships today. If you have an SAS contract covering 3.0, you are entitled to a free DVD upgrade to 3.1. Either enter your SAS contract number in http://www.cisco.com/upgrade/ or contact your sales team.
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