I'm using windows system resource manager to limit memory usage of a specific process. It works well but I've a problem when I stop management through console.
Let's say I'm using memory limit of 100MB on Powershell_ISE process. If I stop management, memory allocation can go up instantly, but if I start another Powershell_ISE process, it's still limited to 100MB even if the management is disabled. Is this an expected behaviour? I noticed that windows system resource manager services is still running. Do I have to manually stop that one?