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    really slow logging off??

    one of our network pc's has just started to take ages when either staff or student log off. ive done the obvious like, delete cache, local profile, defrag/clean up, registry clean up and still no joy. any other ideas please??

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    Do you have any logoff scripts? Also how is the logon speed? What part is it stuck on.

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    Could be a dodgy NIC. Try swapping that out.

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    There could be error messages popping up maybe that the user isn't allowed to see?

    I always have trouble with Adobe Acrobat sometimes...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzel View Post
    Could be a dodgy NIC. Try swapping that out.
    but admin account is completely fine

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    If the admin account is fine, it's mostly likely profile related to that other user. Try allocating them a new profile, see how that goes.

    Have you checked the size of the profile?

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    Do you have any logoff scripts? Also how is the logon speed? What part is it stuck on, saving personal settings, running logoff scripts, closing network connections etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester View Post
    Do you have any logoff scripts? Also how is the logon speed? What part is it stuck on, saving personal settings, running logoff scripts, closing network connections etc?
    gets stuck on saving personal settings

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    give this a bash

    user profile hive cleanup service

    should do the trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrHappy View Post
    give this a bash

    user profile hive cleanup service

    should do the trick
    thank you will give it a go

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    UPHClean & Roaming Profiles

    Quote Originally Posted by MrHappy View Post
    give this a bash

    user profile hive cleanup service

    should do the trick
    The link points to the download for 1.6D. we use 2.0.48, which is officially still in Beta(I think), but seems to work better and has a reg fix which speeds up the process by remapping the Registry Hives if a sharing Violation occurs. I can post more details here if people are interested!? we have had mixed success with UPHClean at Caterham, where it appears to work fine on "Admin" machines, but refuses to work properly on the IT Room Clusters (which we suspect to be because students just hold the button to log out by turning the machine off, but have yet to prove this, or have official confirmation from Microsoft that this would be the case!).

    hope this helps!

    TMEF ><>

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