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By giertzp ·
What do I do to correct a long log on issue. The workstation gets hung while "loading personal settings."

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by plewisgm In reply to Long Long On

You could try signing in as the Administrator and deleting the trouble profile. Then logoff as the Admin and sign back in creating a new profile for the user that's having the problems. I've had to do this a few times but you have to set everything back up for that new profile or user. I hope this helps!

Patrick

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by quintar51 In reply to Long Long On

I would also recommend checking the event viewer for any type of USERENV error messages. You can see what they mean at www.eventid.net.

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by reference In reply to Long Long On

I had the same problem recently, my scenario was a win2k server with win2k pro workstations.
The problem ended up being a DNS issue on the server. Once I got the DNS working properly on the server, the long logon went away. If this sounds probable for your situation, post a comment, or e-mail me directly and I'll be more specific about the DNS problems I was having, and the steps to troubleshoot/fix DNS anomalies

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by skersey In reply to Long Long On

It could be something as simple as making sure that the client is point at a valid DNS server for the domain, or that the DNS server has the SRV records for DC, GC, Kerberos, etc for the DCs in the domain.

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