Long Delay Between Offline Login And Desktop
And that's not counting the viruses and spyware I just mentioned. What could it be doing? So I am turning to this forum for the best advice I can hope for.Here is my issue: After clicking on my name, and entering a password, the "Welcome" screen sits Thanks, I'll check to see if this could be the issue. http://relite.org/user-profile/corrupted-login.php
ACPI is the power-management system - managing things like batteries and autmatic shutdown or suspend. The PDC is windows 2003 server and the workstation is Winxp sp2. Adv Reply May 22nd, 2010 #2 wilee-nilee View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date Sep 2009 Beans 8,874 DistroUbuntu Development Release Re: Long Also I forgot to mention that all profiles have identical permissions and security settings.
User Profile Service Taking A Long Time To Load
Typically the event log will contain entries like The winlogon notification subscriber
Reboot and try to log in again. Thanks in advance for everyones help. Joe Doherty December 15, 2004 7:35 AM Make sure that the first IP listed in your DNS settings is your Domain Controller. AromilMar 16, 2013, 6:57 PM pjkx said: Hi,I had the same problem on 2 computers (Win7 32 bit).As Lukin suggested, I looked into the network problem.I had network drives assigned to
Paul L. User Profile Slow To Load Windows 7 Sohil June 15, 2005 7:33 AM Great article! I am also receiving start error on the Computer Browser Service (because it depends on the Server Service). I will be glad if you replay me soon.
- To use the trace tool, I log on with the Admin accountPress enter at the password: 25 seconds of blue "Welcome" 20 MORE seconds until the desktop background appears 25
- by default notepad gives everything a ".txt"; if you simply type (somename).bat then notepad will save it as "(somename).bat.txt"; not what you want.
- So now the long delay is shifted to the Admin account (conclusion: it appears to be the first account that is logged in)Here are some actual measurements.
- for about 20-30 sec.
- Shaun meshkaat October 8, 2011 6:41 PM Hi I have a HP tx1000 notebook with Windows 7 installed.
- As for the OP, have you tried updating network drivers?
- Also it depends on what else you have going on when you start up.
Please Wait For The User Profile Service Slow Windows 2008 R2
The RPC service - the subject of much discussion as a target of viruses - could be involved as implied by this Knowledgebase article Slow Response Executing Start Menu or Control http://ask-leo.com/why_is_there_a_long_delay_after_i_login_to_windows.html Caution: Don't do this unless you understand what you are doing and you keep track of how to undo your changes. User Profile Service Taking A Long Time To Load The Tip Jar: Buy Leo a Latte! Please Wait For The User Profile Service Hangs Windows 7 We have program to remove idle (_very_ usefull image corrector of printer driver, which loads with Windows and stay in tray).
Also I forgot to mention that all profiles have identical permissions and security settings. weblink I have even disabled all group policies thinking that there was a GPO issue with the one profile but no such luck. The most entries in my 'Add/Remove' (or 'programs and features' as they renamed it) Are MS things, like MS SQL, VS2008 redistributable, VS2012 redists, .NET updates Office fixes...The other stuff on Paul Laudenslager March 25, 2005 9:15 AM Thanks for your article. Please Wait For The User Profile Service Windows 10
and just stays... Windows 7 Slow Login Welcome what can i do for this. To troubleshoot the issue, please perform the following step. 1.
Stumbled across it being the home drive mapping in the user profile in AD.
After disconnecting the network drives I was able to get to the desktop immediately. vBulletin ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. The only games on the PC are AC1 and AC2. Windows 7 Login Slow If you don't find your answer, head out to http://askleo.com/ask to ask your question.
Much worse. My total boot time is about 3-5 min. is a registered trademark of Puget Sound Software, LLC Terms, Conditions & Privacy Product Reviews, Recommendations and Affiliate Links Disclosure http://ask-leo.com/why_is_there_a_long_delay_after_i_login_to_windows.html You may be trying to access his comment is here A good example might be a startup program that attempts to connect to an internet resource that is off-line.
Henry December 7, 2004 4:47 AM Whatis the problem if you switch on the computer and takes 2 hours and even more to boot or to show light (to mean the Uknown August 11, 2004 10:01 AM This exact same problem happens to my windows, but the matter is, NONE of the things you suggested seem to solve it. I enabled boot log and checked the ntbtlog file, and a TON of them say Drivers unable to Load. Ramkaran September 22, 2005 12:00 AM When i logon to windows, system work slow for some time after it works ok.....
But if so, shouldn't it start my desktop/panels first? I have double checked my settings for both my DNS server and Wins server and everything checks out. And it's a 200 meg download.And it is telling me I need to install even more MS stuff (.NET and who knows what else). And then test it again when you are done, check carefully for typos.
I forgot the obvious to check for network drives that it was trying to map. hey well sorry for ignorance..whats a mapped network drive and how to know its no longer available?? The delay may be caused by problems attempting to get an IP address. Back to top #9 cryptodan cryptodan Bleepin Madman Members 21,868 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Catonsville, Md Local time:03:04 PM Posted 21 April 2010 - 03:27 PM Id perform a malware scan
All machines when removed from the domian take a long time to get past the welcome screen. (2-5 min) Verbose mode indicates that it is the user profile service. I am truly stumped and am getting to the point where I am ready to burn it down and reinstall fresh, but that is a whole nother headache and a ton The workstation has 2 profiles. configure options...