Windows 2000 Terminal Server Client Logout Problem

I have a windows xp pro client system that connects to a TServer.

This client logins very quickly but when they logoff the TServer it takes approximately 5 minutes to "Save Settings" to completely disconnect.

I have verified the network on this connection and it proves to be running at 100mb.  The connection time takes approximately 3 seconds to get a login screen to the TServer.

I am not sure how to speed the logoff process.

Any ideas?

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There could be numerous reasons for this but there are a few bugs around connected too - posted in case they are relevant - what's the profile setup?
It takes longer than you expect to log off from a Terminal Services session in Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003;en-us;828326&Product=win2000
A remote desktop session may experience a long delay when you try to log off an Advanced Client computer;en-us;831962

Deb :))

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