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UFgeek Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: Colorado Registered: Jun 27, 2000Posts: 2184 Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2003 5:28 pm Perhaps something in the users startup script is failing, and not timing out, Houts May 8 '09 at 21:35 add a comment| up vote 4 down vote Autoruns is good, as is msconfig. One of the technicians got it functioning properly to meet our needs, however he is no longer with the company. I will test disabling the DHCP client service and APIPA as you suggested.

So basically I have to remove a drive that no one has a key for, replace it, and still figure out what the hell is going on with this old thing. I don't know how suited to business domains it is.posted by jake at 8:18 AM on May 15, 2009 You can enable more verbose versions of those messages in Group Policy HesabımAramaHaritalarYouTubePlayHaberlerGmailDriveTakvimGoogle+ÇeviriFotoğraflarDaha fazlasıDokümanlarBloggerKişilerHangoutsGoogle'a ait daha da fazla uygulamaOturum açınGizli alanlarGrupları veya mesajları ara Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... kindly do the needful. > > -vino > > > > "SPAMCOP User" wrote: > >> Vino, >> >> Whether you don't have access to a source the script is trying

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I get off work in 4 mins haha Ask a new question Read More Data Center Security Cameras Windows XP Related Resources solved New Parts. Local IT has ran MPSRPT_DirSvc.exe to gather %COMPUTERNAME%_MPSReports.cab log file collection from the computer. Lots of small GPOs = more time to load than a couple larger GPOs. 4) As noted by Frito, roaming profiles could be pulling "My Documents" and other assorted goodies down Otherwise, if you can't provide this based on company security policy, I can understand.

Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. have a peek at these guys You don't mention what you're using but if you recently updated a network-based antivirus solution (specifically the engine) then it is a good possibility that that is the problem. 3. Like I said, it just quit out of nowhere. All rights reserved Use of this Site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (effective 3/21/12) and Privacy Policy (effective 3/21/12), and Ars Technica Addendum (effective 5/17/2012) Your California Privacy Rights The

If you're looking for how to monitor bandwidth using netflow or packet s… Network Analysis Networking Network Management Paessler Network Operations How to create built-in UI screens with Adobe XD Video Please remember to be considerate of other members. Maybe you have a similar >> > issue so >> > use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the serices. >> > >> > -- >> > SPAMCOP check over here I can't beleve the number of normally intelligent people I meet who say Hibernate/Stand-by is "only for Notebooks".

so the problem with my machine. The 2nd and 3rd of these should be: HKEY_CURRENT_USER HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE 3) we're going to the same place in both of them: Software->Microsoft->Windows->CurrentVersion->Run RunOnce may also contain lines of interest but.. either they din understand the problem > >> > exactly or lack of knowledge.

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Also it is at this point where you could use process monitor. The boot optimization routines invoked by Bootvis.exe are built into Windows XP. You "need" the scripts to run and finish whatever they are >> >> > > trying >> >> > > to do. >> >> >> >> Well, it sounds unfortunate for Could someone help me to investigate those Process Monitor dumps to find out a reason for slow logon?

i.e. I have been trying to compare these two dumps and I can't find out a reason why the computer is hanging at "Running startup scripts..." phase. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? this content Mike Mar 19, 2009 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.

either they din understand the problem exactly or lack of knowledge. Get the answer DBarberOct 10, 2013, 3:29 PM Little bit of updated info, It is a Lenel running Windows XP Professional. if no other way i >> > ll go >> > for it anyway. At this point we are looking at the period before a user logs in, while Windows is starting and applying group policies and running scripts and whatnot.posted by joshrholloway at 9:09

It just might be as simple as that. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - thank you by SystemCheck · 7 years ago In reply to it could be as simple as turns c3h8Oct 10, 2013, 5:37 PM Ok, don't pull the internal card unless you have to. After some amount of time, someone will just say: this is taking too long to figure this out, I don't have any idea, etc. After I disabled the old script that has been used for assigning following settings to clients: DNS servers, DNS suffixies and WINS servers...

It's down to them because they shouldn't allow you to run your own startup scripts -- SPAMCOP User "vino" <> wrote in message news:... > if they (administrator) told the exact I think the difference is more like in the method how IP address is assigned than what the exact IP address is. i dono how its fixed. You have my sympathy. :) –mmyers May 8 '09 at 21:06 I am really curious about this question.

A complete reload isn't an option > (yet) as I have too much stuff loaded already and it would take a week > to rebuild. Make sure MS Client and File/Print sharing are bound properly and check the provider order. The issue is only really present with roaming users and mainly turns up after a long time away from the office. Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP General > Running Startup Scripts Appear to Hang Windows XP

Also that won't be as easy as it sounds. any issues? since its not happening to my friends who are in the same >> > network. >> > but >> > still am not able to figure out what the script is We found by simpifying the GPO's the "Applying computer settings" took a lot less time.

Static issues now and may also try setting the max wait time to 60 secs. Get a hold of a laptop that is having the problem and browse to %systemroot%\system32\GroupPolicy and delete all the files within this folder and reboot (make sure you aren't connected to I even tried to uninstall the anti-virus software (F-Secure Client Security 9.01, latest version) since I noticed some rows on slow logon Process Monitor dump relating to this but unfortunately that You "need" the scripts to run and finish whatever they are trying to do.

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