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    when i am logging in with a domain user name and password, the laptop hangs for some 2o min, after that it slowly entering in

  • #2
    Re: Help in login to domain user account

    Could you give us more details?

    Is it only on first logon, what type of OS is it, all your servers OS types, etc?
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    • #3
      Re: Help in login to domain user account

      Are you actually connected to the domain or are you roaming?

      Typically, if on the LAN, such delays are down to DNS issues
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      • #4
        Re: Help in login to domain user account

        Originally posted by Nepzraj View Post
        when i am logging in with a domain user name and password, the laptop hangs for some 2o min, after that it slowly entering in

        But faster then us getting all the info out of you....

        Can you please tel us
        1. What version of Windows is on the computer (I would assume XP)
        2. What type of network user you are, Roaming or Static (Local)
        3. Speed of the Network
        4. If you are using Chaced Exchange, and if outlook opens on start up.
        5. Open a Command prombt (Start --> run "CMD"), and run the following test, and tell us the results (to save you re-typing it all, I have set them to write to a text file at C:\Temp, if you do not have premission for this file, please change the last part of the script)
          Code:
          Ipconfig /all >> c:\temp\result.txt
          Tracert "SERVERNAME" >> c:\temp\result.txt
          Ping www.google.com >> c:\temp\result.txt
          Ping "SERVERNAME" >> c:\temp\result.txt
        Please replace "SERVERNAME" with the name of your server.

        Wofen
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        • #5
          Re: Help in login to domain user account

          either a DNS problem, or a roaming profile problem.

          I'd suspect you have a profile that exceeds 2GB in size on the server.
          rename that to .OLD and try logging on to te laptop again, see what happens
          I bet it'll be much snappier.

          then, consider getting rid of roaming profiles all together and use folder-redirection
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          • #6
            Re: Help in login to domain user account

            Speak to your IT administrtor and get him/her to look at the issue.

            Generally slow logins are DNS related but without more info we're plucking answers out from thin air.

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