From: Rebecca Chen [MSFT] (v-rebc_at_online.microsoft.com)
Date: Fri, 03 Dec 2004 12:28:33 GMT
That souds great!
Any update, please get in touch!
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>From: "Craig Pfaff" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Slow
>Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 08:52:26 -0500
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>I'll consider this issue closed you gave me enough info and a few things
>look at that I'm confident I'll be able to isolate the issue.
>Thanks a ton,
>"Rebecca Chen [MSFT]" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Hi Craig,
>> I did not quite catch this issue and have a couple of questions:
>> 1. Do you mean the machine hang for a while when it load user settings?
>> 2. When does this issue occur? I mean have you perform a clean
>> of Windows 2k on this Compaq P3 and this issue occurs immediately?
>> 3. Does this issue only occur when you logon to the domain? What is the
>> result if you logon to the local computer?
>> 4. Does this issue only occur on one machine or other machines?
>> 5. Which the exact phase does the computer hang, is it "Loading personal
>> settings "?
>> 6. How many DCs in the network and what is the network topology?
>> Technically speaking, we use the following steps to isolate this issue:
>> Step 1: Clean Boot
>> Please unzip the attachment I sent you and perform the following steps:
>> a. Click Start->Run->Msconfig
>> b. Goto the Startup tab, and click the Disable All button.
>> c. Goto the Services tab, click to check "Hide All Microsoft Services"
>> click the Disable All button.
>> d. Click Ok to exit and reboot your machine.
>> e. Always keep to clean boot.
>> Step 2: Log on locally
>> Please log on locally to test this issue.
>> Step 3: Change the switch network port
>> Connect the machine to another switch port to test this issue.
>> If the issue persists, in addition to the questions, please also help me
>> gather the following information:
>> 1. Enable userenv
>> Refer to the following article to enable userenv log.
>> 221833 How to enable user environment debug logging in retail builds of
>> 2. After logon to the domain, please issue the command " gpresult /v >
>> c:\test.txt" in CMD.
>> Please send me (email@example.com ) c:\test.txt and the userenv log for
>> Any update, let us get in touch!
>> Best regards,
>> Rebecca Chen
>> MCSE2000 MCDBA CCNA
>> Microsoft Online Partner Support
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>>>From: "Craig Pfaff" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>Date: Wed, 1 Dec 2004 13:42:03 -0500
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>>>I have a rather vague issue, I have a workstation that is a Compaq P3,
>>>128MB of memory, (it only uses about 116MB when running with no programs
>>>just after boot up or when it looks like it's loading the user account
>>>(which is local there are no roaming profiles) it hangs for quite awhile.
>>>Just kicking a ball around any thoughts?