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Why would a service take minutes to start

Posted on 2015-02-04
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We have moved an in house web package from Windows 2003 server to Windows 2008R2. On Windows 2003 the service starts in seconds. On Windows 2008R2 the service takes about 3 minutes to start. It always starts but take a a very  long time to start.

Any Ideas as to why  it takes so long to start or how to speed up the start of the service?
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Sajid Shaik M earned 1500 total points
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ee the following link in detailed

http://www.viva64.com/en/l/0002/
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?????

So going through WOW64 delays the start of a service?

I can see a delay but a delay of minutes?
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