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login problem

By limsonlouise ·
i m using 2000 server dommain.. when ever i m loging to dommain as user/administrator its taking long time (10min),to get desktop

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Follow the steps which I am explaining to you

by ganesh.jaratarghar In reply to login problem

I will ask you some questions:
1.Have you tried to log in to the Local System by the local user account. If not then log in. If you are able to log in then you conclude that there is some problem with the Network Cable. If your system is still taking much more time then you need to do Disk Clean-up and Disk De-fragmentaion then check out how it is working.

It must and should work after following the above said guidences.

Please note me the details.

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Follow the steps which I am explaining to you

by ganesh.jaratarghar In reply to login problem

I will ask you some questions:
1.Have you tried to log in to the Local System by the local user account. If not then log in. If you are able to log in then you conclude that there is some problem with the Network Cable. If your system is still taking much more time then you need to do Disk Clean-up and Disk De-fragmentaion then check out how it is working.

It must and should work after following the above said guidences.

Please note me the details.

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login problem

by limsonlouise In reply to Follow the steps which I ...

i tried in local system , i m able to login fastly , i m facing problem in only win xp , in win2000 its loging in faslty , its a new system ,,

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Now follow the bellow said steps

by ganesh.jaratarghar In reply to login problem

The system where you are facing problem there you have to follow these bellow steps:
1.Login either locally or through domain.
2.Remove all the unnecessary softwares from that system.
3.Perform Disk Clean Up for the hole system.
4.Perform Disk De-fragmentation for the hole system.
5.Update the system with Windows Updates [Go to Start in that you will get Windows Updates]
6.Then go to Start--->Run---->Drivers [Then press enter]-->Double Click on etc---->Double Click on hosts file open it with Windows or notepad
7.You will find the following at the end of the document
# Copyright (c) 1993-1999 Microsoft Corp.
#
# This is a sample HOSTS file used by Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows.
#
# This file contains the mappings of IP addresses to host names. Each
# entry should be kept on an individual line. The IP address should
# be placed in the first column followed by the corresponding host name.
# The IP address and the host name should be separated by at least one
# space.
#
# Additionally, comments (such as these) may be inserted on individual
# lines or following the machine name denoted by a '#' symbol.
#
# For example:
#
# 102.54.94.97 rhino.acme.com # source server
# 38.25.63.10 x.acme.com # x client host

127.0.0.1 localhost


If any thing is there appart from this then delete every thing except these things what I mentioned above that is example.

8.After that save the file and close every thing.
9.Start--->Run--->Regedit
10.HKEY_CURRENT_USER--->Software--->Microsoft--->Windows--->Current Version--->Run [Here on the right hand side you find some values delete all the values by right clicking on them except default value.
11.Restart the system and then check the performance of the system

Let me know the status.

I may give you some other idea's

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i have followed all steps

by limsonlouise In reply to Now follow the bellow sai ...

i have did all the steps now .. thn i m facing same problem(loging takes long time into domain), i have 25 xp systems in all these new systems(xp)im facing same problem

but in win2000 login quite faslty

can u help to resolve this

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One simple logic

by ganeshsai2007 In reply to i have followed all steps

Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Professional are connected to your domain Windows 2000 Server. You are able to login fast in Windows 2000 Professional but not Windows XP. One simple logic. Install Windows 2003 Server in any one of the extra system which is available with you. Make it as a Domain Controller. Then take the XP System from 2000 Server Domain. Login to the Local System by the name of Local Administrator and join it to Windows 2003 Server. It will 100% login fastly.

Because Windows XP is the heigher version than Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server. When Windows 2000 Server was there by that time XP Professional was not borned. May be the problem with API [Application Programming Interface] of the Windows 2000 Server for supporting WIndows XP.

Try it and let me know.

Ganesh

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domain login problem

by irfankareem In reply to i have followed all steps

Hi just give it the manual ip setting and like this

ip address = 192.168.1.150
net mask = 255.255.255.0
default gateway = 192.168.1.1

DNS server = 192.168.1.x


Problem will sloved quicky
Bye

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Follow the steps which I am explaining to you

by ganesh.jaratarghar In reply to login problem

I will ask you some questions:
1.Have you tried to log in to the Local System by the local user account. If not then log in. If you are able to log in then you conclude that there is some problem with the Network Cable. If your system is still taking much more time then you need to do Disk Clean-up and Disk De-fragmentaion then check out how it is working.

It must and should work after following the above said guidences.

Please note me the details.

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Follow the steps which I am explaining to you

by ganesh.jaratarghar In reply to login problem

I will ask you some questions:
1.Have you tried to log in to the Local System by the local user account. If not then log in. If you are able to log in then you conclude that there is some problem with the Network Cable. If your system is still taking much more time then you need to do Disk Clean-up and Disk De-fragmentaion then check out how it is working.

It must and should work after following the above said guidences.

Please note me the details.

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