Windows 7 Thread, Win7 SP1 logon problems in Technical; Since setting up my workstation as the only windows7 client on our network I have been able to play around ...
9th December 2011, 09:54 AM #1
Win7 SP1 logon problems
Since setting up my workstation as the only windows7 client on our network I have been able to play around and setup redirection for myself and profiles to make sure things work correctly for next years windows7 rollout. So far so good and I have been using this for a few months now, I have previously ran windows updates from the microsoft update service website and always installed all major updates and most optional ones but last week I decided to setup WSUS on our network and deploy updates, along with one of the approved updates for my workstation was windows 7 service pack 1 which I would assume would of been picked up by the computer in previous updates but it doesn't look like it.
Anyway I went to use my machine yesterday morning and I could not logon, left the computer on the welcome screen logging in to my roaming profile account for over 10mins, nothing still so I rebooted and checked the events log which had the usual known issue
"The winlogon notification subscriber <Profiles> took 264 second(s) to handle the notification event (Logon)"
"The winlogon notification subscriber <Profiles> is taking long time to handle the notification event (Logon)."
If I uninstall SP1 I'm able to logon fine, I have tryed this again today with the same result, unable to logon until SP1 is removed.
9th December 2011, 10:29 AM #2
I had this with a Windows 7 PC, though that got stuck on the SP1 update and wouldn't install it. I imaged that one to fix it, but that's tricky with your own workstation unless it's blank anyway. When rolling fresh images now, I use the Windows 7 with SP1 .iso from the VLSC, this works fine every time.
9th December 2011, 12:45 PM #3
- Rep Power
we have had this issue both with pre SP1. then it seemed to go away with SP1 only to come back a few months later. Try KB2617858 our support company recommended and so far has worked. Also do your users have solid colour backgrounds?
9th December 2011, 12:54 PM #4
I have to agree, download the Windows 7 SP1 ISO. Windows 7 SP1 is absolutely massive, weighing in at 903MB (x64) and 537MB (x86), so make sure you have it installed before taking a snapshot for imaging!
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