Problem Logging on/off to a Windows 2003 Server

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by Kamran Khan, May 16, 2008.

  1. Kamran Khan

    Kamran Khan Guest

    Hi,

    I am using Windows Server 2003 based domain controller. Clients using
    Windows XP are running smooth but when Windows Vista user logs on to the
    domain it takes a long time. Also when windows vista users try to log off the
    "Logging Off..." message appears on the screen until user shuts down the
    system by turning off the power.

    What could be the cause ?
     
    Kamran Khan, May 16, 2008
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  2. Kamran Khan

    john_cena Guest

    Hi Kamaran Kahan,

    Well you need to give more information. Are you using any romin
    Profiles or anything, on your vista Laptops have you done any folde
    rediractions. If so it would be slow when loging on and loggin off. Als
    on you DC what are the GPO that you have configured. if so please stat
    them so we could identifiy the problem.

    Hope This Helps

    Cheers!!

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    john_cena, May 16, 2008
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  3. Kamran Khan

    Fearful1138 Guest

    I've got a similar problem. I've got 1 Windows 2008 DC and 1 2003 R2 DC.
    Roaming profiles are stored on a DFS share hosted on both.

    I have a Vista laptop configured to use roaming profiles. When I log off or
    on and I'm using wireless it takes ages. When using a wired connection it's
    fine.

    There's nothing special about my wireless access points they're essentially
    media convertors encrypted with WPA. I don'thave any other networking issues
    with either Vista or XP.
     
    Fearful1138, Jul 22, 2008
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