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GX 620 server logon very slow


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#1 andyho

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Posted 16 September 2005 - 01:14 PM

A client of mine has a network made up of several Dell Dimension 3000 computers, Tablet pen computers, Latitude laptops, and an Optiplex GX620 with a PowerEdge 1800 server. The GX620 takes a really long time to (log on/log off) load the profile from the server. I can log on the Optiplex, leave the room and log on a Tablet p.c and the Tablet will pull the profile from the server substantially faster then the higher powered Optiplex. All other p.c's are able to log on faster. It takes literally minutes to log on and log off of the Optiplex. We are using roaming profiles in this network.

The server is running Windows 2003, all other p.c's are using XP Pro.

Any ideas?

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Posted 16 September 2005 - 04:37 PM

while it is logging on are there any messages? like system settings, network settings, etc.

Once the computer has logged on does it run normally?

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Posted 16 September 2005 - 04:41 PM

The only messages are the usual "applying network settings" and the like. The computer runs great once you get logged on. It's only about 1 month old.




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