Windows 7 - Slow login after cold boot
We've got a batch of Windows 7 machines that when booted from cold, take up to 3 to 4 minutes to reach the desktop after a user logs in.
If a different user logs in afterwards (the machine won't have been rebooted), then login times are much shorter. This could be with different users who may not have locally cached profiles on that machine if they have not used them previously.
Any help/advice is much appreciated as to how we can speed up boot up times for users after a cold boot. The only redirects set up (using the Windows7 Library Tool) are My Documents. Music, Photos etc, which are redirected to the user's home drives, plus Favourites, which are also stored per user on their home drive.
Forgot to add that we use local profiles - i.e. log on as a domain user with Admin rights, customise the profile, log off and then log in with a local user with admin rights. Copy the customised profile and rename it to Default, so that users get presented with a local profile when they log in.