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Memory Use Issues in 4G VZAccess Manager
Contributor - Level 1

Hello all.     I checked the task manager and  the VZAccess Manager Process is using over 260 MBytes of memory.   This is clearly some kind of "memory leak".    In  3G and Wi-fi mode,  it's not quite as bad.  The memory use steadily increases over several hours.  The only consistent work around I have found is to exit the program and restart.    BTW,  Internet Explorer and other browsers also have a habit of allocating memory and not deallocating it.      Still, it should be fixed.  It's sloppy programming.

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Re: Memory Use Issues in 4G VZAccess Manager
Enthusiast - Level 3

Interesting, have never paid attention but mine was up to 306mb when I checked.  I wouldn't care if it would just stay connected Smiley Happy

Re: Memory Use Issues in 4G VZAccess Manager
Verizon Employee

Thank you for your inquiry. We are not aware of any  memory leaks with VZAccess Manager and depending on what data is being used while interacting with VZ Access manager can cause the memory usage to vary. Perhaps you can clear you temporary internet files and cache with closing and re opening the browser. With Internet Explorer having a habit of allocating and not deallocating memory, it can take some memory over being hard to recover back because its tied in with your operating system.