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Windows 2008 Server takes 20min to reboot

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Windows 2008 Server takes 20min to reboot hanging before it shows logon screen

Are there any good tools to use to analyze boot time that shows a responds that even I would be able to understand. not so good with complex log file analyzing

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Morten
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Also, what are the hardware specs of that server? What Roles and Features are installed and running? Is it a DC? Which version of Windows 2008 Server?
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Thanks for link.Looks like what I need
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