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    Schedule shutdown extremely slow to apply on computer startup?

    I have had to turn off my recent GP which scheduled a shutdown of PCs in the evening. I have applied the policy to computers rather than users and it works as expected BUT when PCs/Laptops are turned on it adds at least 60 seconds to the startup time, and on slower PCs a few minutes.

    Is this normal? Should I do it another way?

    Any advice appreciated

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    What does your policy look like?

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    Shutdown.jpg Does this picture make sense? What should I be looking for? Cheers

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    That looks fine to me. Just a regular GPP scheduled task then. Was unsure if you were pushing some software out which could delay the start up, etc, but that looks fine.

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    No idea whats going on then. Just taking an age to apply. Any bright ideas?

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