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    hi,

    I have enabled verbose logging on a DC through gpedit.msc
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325376

    The DC is yet taking too long to login at "Applying computer settings"

    I will be logging again through safe mode. what i want to know is how to check verbose logging events? Where are these logs stored?

  • #2
    Re: Verbose logging..

    The kb you reference talks about "status messages" (i.e. on screen) not logs (although it does refer to logging later)
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    • #3
      Re: Verbose logging..

      anyway does that kb enables verbose for me. if yes where can i read its status. so i can tweak my start up process. It is taking too long at "applying computer settings"

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      • #4
        Re: Verbose logging..

        I would start by checking your DNS settings.

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        • #5
          Re: Verbose logging..

          I have already checked with DNS.

          The issues is just not resolving the "Applying computer settings"
          but i would like to learn how to enable and view verbose logging.

          Anyone any help?

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          • #6
            Re: Verbose logging..

            So what GPO's are applying to the DC then???

            Did you actually read the full article you posted???

            From the last paragraph

            If verbose logging is not enabled, you will still receive normal status messages such as "Applying your personal settings..." or "Applying computer settings..." when you start up, shut down, log on, or log off the computer. However, if verbose logging is enabled, you will receive additional information, such as "RPCSS is starting" or "Waiting for machine group policies to finish...."

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