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User slow login into domain [message #159647] Mon, 03 August 2009 01:44 Go to next message
flubet  is currently offline flubet  United States
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1 of the pc using WinXP SP2 slow login about 5 minutes. It show
"applying your personnal setting". Already change the new pc and
reformat but still the same. PC use dhcp to get ip address. Already
change the network cable, NIC, and switch. Try to login the user account
to other pc but also slow.

Why does only this user have problem with slow login into domain?


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Re: User slow login into domain [message #159648 is a reply to message #159647] Mon, 03 August 2009 02:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
meiweb(nospam)  is currently offline meiweb(nospam)  Germany
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Hello flubet,

Make sure to use only the domain DNS server on the NIC and not your ISPs.
please post an unedited ipconfig /all so we can exclude this as a starting
problem.

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> 1 of the pc using WinXP SP2 slow login about 5 minutes. It show
> "applying your personnal setting". Already change the new pc and
> reformat but still the same. PC use dhcp to get ip address. Already
> change the network cable, NIC, and switch. Try to login the user
> account to other pc but also slow.
>
> Why does only this user have problem with slow login into domain?
>
> http://forums.techarena.in
>
Re: User slow login into domain [message #159649 is a reply to message #159647] Mon, 03 August 2009 02:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Grant Taylor  is currently offline Grant Taylor  United States
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On 8/3/2009 2:44 AM, flubet wrote:
> Why does only this user have problem with slow login into domain?

Are you using roaming profiles?

If you are, how big is the users profile?



Grant. . . .
Re: User slow login into domain [message #159652 is a reply to message #159649] Mon, 03 August 2009 03:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Syed Khairuddin  is currently offline Syed Khairuddin  Saudi Arabia
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As you said you have got a DHCP server please puththe DNS server in
the scope so that clients can pick the dns ip automatically. One more
way to troubleshoot the issue is point your client manually to the
internal dns server and check.

Thakns
Re: User slow login into domain [message #159654 is a reply to message #159647] Mon, 03 August 2009 04:45 Go to previous message
aceman  is currently offline aceman  United States
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"flubet" <flubet.3wc2vc@DoNotSpam.com> wrote in message
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> 1 of the pc using WinXP SP2 slow login about 5 minutes. It show
> "applying your personnal setting". Already change the new pc and
> reformat but still the same. PC use dhcp to get ip address. Already
> change the network cable, NIC, and switch. Try to login the user account
> to other pc but also slow.
>
> Why does only this user have problem with slow login into domain?
>
>


As Meinolf and Syed implied, are you using some other DNS address in your
client machine IP configuration other than the internal DNS? You can't use
an ISP's DNS, the router as a DNS address, or some other external server,
because when the client queries DNS with the question, "Where is my domain's
domain controllers?", the external DNS do not have that answer.

So if that is how you have it setup, then I can understand why you are
seeing long logon times. Cables, NICs and switches won't help if configured
this way.

Also, if you are using the router as a DHCP server, I would suggest to
disable the DHCP service on it and only use Windows. There are certain
functions with DHCP and DNS registration the router does not provide, that
Windows does.

Other things that can cause this:
1. Single lable DNS AD domain name
2. Mulithomed DC (DC has more than one NIC and/or IP, or has RRAS installed)

As requested, an ipconfig /all from the DC and from the workstation, will
help us better diagnose this for you.

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