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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, URGENT - 2008 R2 TS Server hangs on applying computer settings! in Technical; Thanks, It's still running through a chkdsk at the moment to see if that helps. and will then try the ...
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    Thanks, It's still running through a chkdsk at the moment to see if that helps. and will then try the integrated nic instead of the pci card and see if that makes any difference (or the otherway round, can't remember which one I'm using atm).

    It is Dell, it's a poweredge T410.
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    Is dell quickset installed?

    Check the power management options for your network card in device manager.

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    No, I put on Openmanage and used the drivers direct from broadcom because I wanted to team the adapter.

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    Ok, what happens when you plug the ethernet cable back in now?Any activity lights on the nic itself?

    Anything returned when you run ipconfig? (tried a ipconfig /renew?)

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    Still running a checkdisk atm.

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    Well check disk didn't find anything wrong with it, booted back up normally with the network cable plugged into the integrated card instead of the additional card and the same issue so booting backup disconnected now and will plug the network cable in and see what happens.

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    Plugged network cable in, server seems to work ok - tried to logon through remote desktop using the console switch and it's hanging at applying user settings.

    It's almost as if a service is failing to start for some reson but I can't work out what, where or why and nothing is being logged. :/

    Think I might just give up and wipe the damn thing.

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    Can't see anything in the debug log that would point to anything in specific or obivous failing.

    Attached the log in case anyone else can spot anything (or would mind taking a look).
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    Well, I think well and truely knackered about sums it up now.

    Removed it from the domain, stupidly thinking that it would then remove any policies that were causing any issues and let me rejoin it resetting the group policy client (because I think that's what's causing the issue) and now it is stuck on applying computer policy even unplugged from the network.

    I feel like smashing it to pieces.

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    I don't really know at this point what you can do, there is definitely some kind of connection problem looking at that log.

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    No problem, thanks so much for your help today with it - I'm gonna leave it loading over the weekend and then wipe and reinstall on Monday (oh joy of joys) because I really don't know where to go with it.

    Thanks again, it's really appeciated!

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    Have you tried deleting the network team, disabling one of the nics, and configuring the other with your required IP?

    Broadcom Network Teams - Not worth the time and effort lol

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    Hello,

    What AntiVirus do you run on it? I've had exactly the same issue a few times, most of which required a rebuild. Since installing the latest Symantec AntiVirus Endpoint Protection Client (11.7 I think) I haven't had the issue yet since September.

    Do you run any other monitoring software - we also ran Impero on it, which I thought may have been another cause.

    Thanks,

    Rob

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    Haven't tried deleting the team, internet access worked fine on it, could ping it, could ping out, could access resources on it (c$ ect) but couldn't log on to it at all (it's always the Group Policy Client it says it's waiting for).

    Antivirus is Sophos and there's no other monitoring software installed on the machine. :/

    Cheers

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