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    30 Second logons

    Greetings,

    Been trying desperately to figure out why our logons are taking so long. On my test machine a logon will take 20 seconds wired and 30 seconds wireless with a 6mb forced mandatory profile and redirected home drives. In the windows debug log there is a five second wait where the system seems to be doing nothing and it looks like its during the folder redirection process. Im trying to find out if this is responsible for holding up the logon and what i can do to fix it. The log excerpt is below and i would appreciate your thoughts.

    Thanks
    James

    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 GPLockPolicySection: Sid = S-1-5-21-4112984153-467787050-2863210197-2343, dwTimeout = 30000, dwFlags = 0
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 LockPolicySection called for user <S-1-5-21-4112984153-467787050-2863210197-2343>
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 Sync Lock Called
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 Writer Lock got immediately.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 Lock taken successfully
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 Taking console lock with timeout 30000.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 Sync Lock Called
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 Writer Lock got immediately.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 Lock taken successfully
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 ProcessGPOList: Entering for extension Folder Redirection
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:829 UserPolicyCallback: Setting status UI to Applying Folder Redirection policy...
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:31:845 LogExtSessionStatus: Successfully logged Extension Session data
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:160 ProcessGPOList: Extension Folder Redirection returned 0x0.

    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:160 ProcessGPOList: Extension Folder Redirection was able to log data. RsopStatus = 0x0, dwRet = 0, Clearing the dirty bit
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:160 Releasing console lock.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:160 UnLockPolicySection called for user <S-1-5-21-4112984153-467787050-2863210197-2343>
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:160 UnLocked successfully
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Microsoft Disk Quota
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 ProcessGPOs: Extension Microsoft Disk Quota skipped with flags 0x6.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Group Policy Network Options
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:269 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 ProcessGPOs: Extension Group Policy Network Options skipped because both deleted and changed GPO lists are empty.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 CExtSessionLogger:elete: Failed to DeleteInstance with 0x80041002
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension QoS Packet Scheduler
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 ProcessGPOs: Extension QoS Packet Scheduler skipped with flags 0x6.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Scripts
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 CompareGPOLists: One list is empty
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 GPLockPolicySection: Sid = S-1-5-21-4112984153-467787050-2863210197-2343, dwTimeout = 30000, dwFlags = 0
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:285 LockPolicySection called for user <S-1-5-21-4112984153-467787050-2863210197-2343>
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 Sync Lock Called
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 Writer Lock got immediately.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 Lock taken successfully
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 Taking console lock with timeout 29985.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 Sync Lock Called
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 Writer Lock got immediately.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 Lock taken successfully
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 ProcessGPOList: Entering for extension Scripts
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:301 UserPolicyCallback: Setting status UI to Applying Scripts policy...
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:316 LogExtSessionStatus: Successfully logged Extension Session data
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:644 ProcessGPOList: Extension Scripts returned 0x0.
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:644 ProcessGPOList: Extension Scripts was able to log data. RsopStatus = 0x0, dwRet = 0, Clearing the dirty bit
    GPSVC(394.1f8) 15:52:38:644 Releasing console lock.

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    Dont know if this is relevent but I found particularly for our wireless kit, that putting in our local DNS server IP address in the local IP config box it speeded up our logons.

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    Folder redirection is so slow on Windows 7, on ours it takes 5 secs per different share it connects to. That's what came out in my testing anyway

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    We found that windows 7 was just generally slow. However disabling features that weren't used helped a whole load, also removing the fancy start menu and putting it back to windows basic e.t.c

    It all helps, our logons around around 12 seconds now with students, thats with mapping 3 network drives. The adults are around a minute! But they map over 6 network drives, and have much bigger home area's.

    Ryan

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    thanks guys.. im thinking of checking the network drives next. spent ages trying the old desktop background fix but that didnt work.

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    What are you using to get those detailed boot logs?

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