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terminal session freezing when logoff

Posted on 2009-05-08
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im having an issue where when users go to logoff the terminal session just freezes , i will be checking the event logs to see if is giving me an error but has anyone seen this before?
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What is the setup for the users who login into the terminal server?  Do they have folder redirection/roaming users/?  I.e. on logoff offline files try to synchronize? Or the profile upload is attempted?
Do you have an anti-virus program on the system that might be running a scan as the user?
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I am running Termianl Server 2003 and it take very long time to log off.  Event logs don't show any errors.  On Xeon Single core, Terminal Server was very fast but on Dual Core is very slow to log off.

I have to say that the drivers maybe an issue but my server (HP DL 170) don't not have that many on HP web site.  I would say that not all hardware works good with Termian Server.
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