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Domain Logon Delay

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October 15, 2004 11:39:34 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage (More info?)

Setting up WinXP (SP1) workstations, logging onto domain on Win2000
server.

The logon process (when attached to the network) is extremely slow - 90
sec to 2 min. The situation is similar to what's described in KB article
832161, but the solutions there do not fix the problem. The logon delay
occurs at "Applying your personal settings". Another symptom is: When
using the Advanced System Information tools and trying to view the
Applied Group Policy settings, I get an error message "Invalid
Namespace". Any insight into what this message means?

Thanks!
JeffB

More about : domain logon delay

Anonymous
October 15, 2004 2:56:47 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage (More info?)

Try pointing the DNS server to the domain controller. That should help.


"JeffB" <jeffsd@san.rr.com.no.spam> wrote in message
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> Setting up WinXP (SP1) workstations, logging onto domain on Win2000
> server.
>
> The logon process (when attached to the network) is extremely slow - 90
> sec to 2 min. The situation is similar to what's described in KB article
> 832161, but the solutions there do not fix the problem. The logon delay
> occurs at "Applying your personal settings". Another symptom is: When
> using the Advanced System Information tools and trying to view the
> Applied Group Policy settings, I get an error message "Invalid
> Namespace". Any insight into what this message means?
>
> Thanks!
> JeffB
!