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when login into the domain with the credentials with username and password the pc hangs for 4-5 minutes loading personal settings. Please help us to resolve this.
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Question by:UDSquare
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by:Neil Russell
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WHat server is domain on, what workstation OS? Roaming profiles? All users the same?

Need lots of info
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by:UDSquare
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Please check the following information as below;
1.Windows 2008 R2
2.Windows XP
3.No, this is not a roaming profile
4.No only one user is having this issue
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by:Neil Russell
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log onto the pc as a local or domain admin.
rename the users profile to user.old or simular
log off and get user to log back on.

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by:UDSquare
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No success, also i have tried loign with domain administrator account but i came across the same issue. I have also tried removing the machine from domain and putting it back to domain but it also dint worked. Also i have observed that there no login issue when i logged in as local admin.
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by:ozzeczek
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Event viewer say anything?
 Maybe you have mapped drive or printers which have incorecct login or password. Then Windows try to map drive or printer, encounters a problem and wait something about 60 second and try again.
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by:UDSquare
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I have reviewed all the application and system logs but didn't found any valid logs which is causing this issue.
Also checked there is no any mapped drive or printer are available.
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ozzeczek earned 1332 total points
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ok, so... Try to disconnect computer from domain, then delete your profile (advance system settings/user profiles) also delete user from registry (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList). Then reboot your computer, and connect to domain. Maybe it will help you.
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