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    Randomly stuck on the "Welcome" screen for up to 15 minutes

    It's happening on a variety of PC's no one type of hardware. On one PC I've actually managed to catch doing it the event viewer was pointing to a corrupt profile on the PC. Now that may or may not be the same problem across the other PC's what could cause this. Any ideas? Anyone experienced the same?

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    Are you using group policy preferences to add printers by any chance?

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    How do you deploy your OS? Is it a ghost image which is used for all hardware types? If so, the corrupt profile might be a part of that image.

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    you havnt got any scripts with a pause command in them have you that are running at startup?

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    We are using group policy preferences to deploy printers yes. We use SCCM to deploy and scripts are all fine. It's something that has only started recently

    Ive posted the error logs here
    Stuck on Welcome Screen Corrupt Profile

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    I think I have found the root cause. We have some how carried over the User Profile Hive Cleanup Service over to Windows 7 from one of our group policies

    Event ID: 1530 may be logged in the Application log on a Windows 7-based or Windows Vista-based client computer

    I'll report back when I'm sure this fixes it

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    I was mistaken this wasn't on any of the PC's with the issue

    Any other ideas?

    Robbie

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