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server 2003 hangs on Applying compute settings.....

Posted on 2013-06-10
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hi experts,

 I have a server 2003 and i stopped responding. I restarted it and it now just sits at the Applying computer settings......


please wait and i've waited for a long time....just sits there.
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JAN PAKULA earned 500 total points
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first try to restart with unplugged network cable - if/when it lets you in check the event viewer for group policy errors. plug the network cable and run
cmd
gpupdate /force

log off an log on - hopefully that will fix it
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any update?
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thanks, it worked! sorry for the late response.
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