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Delay in Login to domain

Discussion in 'Networking' started by qaland, Feb 6, 2005.

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  1. qaland

    qaland Thread Starter

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    Dear Freidns,
    I have a domain with DC (win 2000 advanced server) ,,and several client computers with win XP pro on them , when i reformat any client and install win xp again on them and add the same old user accounts to them again, it need a longer time for the user to login to the domain, any one can help pls


    thanks in advance
     
  2. skinnywhiteboy

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    Are you using Roaming Profiles or similar??
     
  3. bearqst

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    Try building new user accounts. It's probable an issue with the SID.

    Takes more time to build new accounts, but I've found it solved some of our network logon time lag issues. Similar to general roaming profiles, access a roaming user from a workstation dfferent then their usually one, you'll be able to logon, but there will be a time delay in doing so.
     
  4. qaland

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    I think I found it, the problem was in DNS , I put ISP's IP in DNS for workstatrions instead of server's IP,,,, thnk you for your replys.
     
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