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Some could look at the script(s) and run them one at a time, watch it run, see where it is hanging up, etc., but that takes the resources of some other If the script does just nothing, what can Group Policy do about it? I am the Network Admin. Maybe you have a >> >> >> > similar >> >> >> > issue so >> >> >> > use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the >> Check This Out

Maybe you have a similar issue so use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the serices. -- SPAMCOP User "vino" <> wrote in message news:... > Hi am Incarnate Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Aug 21, 2001Posts: 7945 Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2003 11:49 am Can you check with the guys who have access to modifying the GPOs and see Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use Welcome to the Ars OpenForum. Example: mapped drive & without knowing what the script does it's not going to be easy to say. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1833979/freeze-startup-script.html

I saw a few months back an awesome server running McAfee Enterprise which was slowly scanning on startup which had a similar problem. so i hope its not problem with my >> >> > userid, >> >> > even i logged from different machine. Somewhere it has picked up a > setting that is causing this behaviour.

  • I would try this and see if you have any issues.
  • We then worked back from there.
  • is it > posible to find about the specific script.
  • It seems to happen to PCs within the domain at random, sometimes they boot up fine other times they can take up to 30mins to get to a login prompt.
  • Are the DNS servers only the internal DNS servers (and not the router, or an ISP's DNS address)?
  • since its not happening to my friends who are in the same network.
  • Though for giggles, check power management.To clarify, check both the BIOS and Windows settings regarding power management.
  • All the drives are in locking enclosures that take a special kind of barrel key, not the generic ones that most use.

Tuesday, March 01, 2011 8:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Howdie! Could even be your firewall blocking something > >> > >> If the script is a batch file then the admins can rem out the lines to > >> narrow it All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts.

Learn and understand the network implications and what is happening and you will probably have a much quicker resolution to this problem. -- Paul Bergson MVP - Directory Services MCITP: Enterprise Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Box 4260 Houston, Texas 77210–4260 © Copyright 2017 Hearst Newspapers, LLC Please let me know and I'll provide more information.

Lanwench [MVP - Exchange] Lance Murdock Guest Posts: n/a 04-07-2009, 12:54 PM Dear Mr. Shouldn't take them much longer > than 20-30 mins > > Make sure you've backed-up your files but they should do that for you > > -- > SPAMCOP User > Put > >> a little painful in there too. > >> > >> After some amount of time, someone will just say: this is taking too > >> long to figure Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images Related Articles [Startup Scripts] | How to Run Startup Scripts in XP [Persistence Module] | What Is the Persistence Module in Windows 8.1? [Reboot Windows XP] | How to

but thay are telling that OS > >> > re-install is the only solution. IT, I would make you feel real good about your personal > >> data being there when you got done. > >> > > vino, Aug 28, 2009 #15 vino Also what is up with the changing of ip addresses, that doesn't sound like a very good idea. I've done my googleing and other research, and so far have not found anyone with the same problem, or a solution.

kindly do the needful. -vino "SPAMCOP User" wrote: > Vino, > > Whether you don't have access to a source the script is trying to run. > Example: mapped drive & his comment is here i.e. DBarberOct 10, 2013, 4:54 PM UPDATE: Found out the 3rd HDD has failed. You "need" the scripts to run and finish whatever they are >> >> > > trying >> >> > > to do. >> >> >> >> Well, it sounds unfortunate for

Could even be your firewall blocking something > > If the script is a batch file then the admins can rem out the lines to > narrow it down to the Equations, Back Color, Alternate Back Color. All games freeze after 5 minutes of play, cannot find fix online. http://3swindows.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-sp3-crash-on-startup.html Ask !

We have a new SBS 2008 domain and this laptop has been connected to the domain locally before. It was > > >> > using > > >> > almost 0% processing power but disabling the virus software as a test > > >> > solved > > >> If not then it's a machine > issue, if it does it's a permission issue > > -- > SPAMCOP User > > "vino" <> wrote in message > news:... >

is that any relation with my IP address? "SPAMCOP User" wrote: > Vino, > > If you logon another machine does the same hang?

Best regards, ToniTriuvare Oy www.triuvare.fi Thursday, September 09, 2010 7:55 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Use Maximum wait time for Group Policy scripts (more athttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738773(WS.10).aspx) Make sure some how am able to understand now. Keep in touch with Experts ExchangeTech news and trends delivered to your inbox every month Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource 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

so >> > that >> > i can ask admin team, " Hay boss this s script screwing my machine" >> > >> > >> > >> > "Jose" wrote: >> I have also ran "gpresult" to make sure which group policies are applied to the workstation. Why are you so reluctant to do this? -- SPAMCOP User "vino" <> wrote in message news:... > no its only from my machine. > > is that any relation with navigate here simply they are saying like "OS corrupted" how i can > > accept > > it.

Jose, Aug 26, 2009 #11 vino Guest jose, are you sure i wont get the same problem again after re-install. I hate the OS for it's changes from 7 into Metro, but the undated kernel it's built on is fantastically quick. Could even be your firewall blocking something > >> >> > >> >> If the script is a batch file then the admins can rem out the lines to > >> Maybe you have a similar issue so > > use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the serices. > > > > -- > > SPAMCOP User >

Also make sure on the machines that following policy is enabled: > > Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, System, Logon, in the right > pane "Always wait for the network at computer Best regards, ToniTriuvare Oy www.triuvare.fi Tuesday, September 07, 2010 7:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Toni, Yes, you can use sysinternal and the same you Only option would be Linux, and the higher ups aren't too fond of our flightless friend. All computers of the client are Windows XP SP3 and servers are Windows Server 2003 SP2.

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 Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? Probably your > machine. > > The question is - is the problem your machine or your network login. > > If they are running scripts when you login to the Well of course this is not a proper solution since this is laptop and user is travelling a lot so we have to keep the setting for DHCP.

One way you can speed up your XP system is to remove unneeded startup scripts. now to apply the script you will configure the TCP/IP settings to be automatically, right? login or register to post comments · previous forum topic · next forum topic Comment viewing options Flat list - collapsed Flat list - expanded Threaded list - collapsed Threaded list Best regards, ToniTriuvare Oy www.triuvare.fi Monday, August 23, 2010 2:41 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Toni, what exactly are the actions carried out by the startup script

The network registry GUID key ({4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}) is gone through (it contains a sub entry for each network device) looking for anything that is a 'Wireless Network Connection', if it is, the IP addresses are assigned to clients using DHCP server on local LAN. is their any way to fix this problem from >> > my >> > side. then just opened the above location manually.

kindly do the needful. > >> > > >> > -vino > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > "SPAMCOP User" wrote: > >> > > >> Re-installing OS is costly in my situation.