[gptalk] Re: Executing: Begin User Group Policy

  • From: maria_medeea1@xxxxxxx
  • To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2008 15:44:38 +0200

Hello Darren and thank you for answering.
I already enabled the verbose userenv logging and I compared two log files: one 
after a normal boot and another after hard reset. Here is the difference:

the "Good" one:
 19:39:20:608 IsSyncForegroundPolicyRefresh: Synchronous, Reason: policy set to 
SYNC
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ApplyGroupPolicy: Entering. Flags = 6
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ProcessGPOs:
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ProcessGPOs:
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ProcessGPOs: Starting user Group Policy 
(Background) processing...
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ProcessGPOs:
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ProcessGPOs:
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ProcessGPOs:  Verbose output to eventlog 
requested.
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 CEvents::Report: ReportEvent failed.  Error = 1502
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 EnterCriticalPolicySectionEx: Entering with 
timeout 600000 and flags 0x0
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 EnterCriticalPolicySectionEx: User critical 
section has been claimed.  Handle = 0xa60
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 EnterCriticalPolicySectionEx: Leaving 
successfully.
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 ProcessGPOs:  Machine role is 2.
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 CEvents::Report: ReportEvent failed.  Error = 1502
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 PingComputer: Adapter speed 100000000 bps
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 PingComputer:  First time:  0
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:608 PingComputer:  Fast link.  Exiting.
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:624 CEvents::Report: ReportEvent failed.  Error = 1502
USERENV(294.c2c) 19:39:20:624 CEvents::Report: ReportEvent failed.  Error = 1502

the "BAD" one:

IsSyncForegroundPolicyRefresh: Synchronous, Reason: policy set to SYNC
USERENV(d10.d14) 14:39:45:428 LibMain: Process Name:  
C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe
USERENV(288.bd0) 14:40:01:358 IsSyncForegroundPolicyRefresh: Synchronous, 
Reason: policy set to SYNC
USERENV(288.bd0) 14:40:01:358 ApplyGroupPolicy: Entering. Flags = 6
USERENV(288.bd0) 14:40:01:358 ProcessGPOs:
USERENV(288.bd0) 14:40:01:358 ProcessGPOs:
USERENV(288.bd0) 14:40:01:358 ProcessGPOs: Starting user Group Policy 
(Background) processing...
USERENV(288.bd0) 14:40:01:358 ProcessGPOs:
USERENV(288.28c) 14:40:40:265 InitializePolicyProcessing: Initialised Machine 
Mutex/Events
USERENV(288.28c) 14:40:40:328 InitializePolicyProcessing: Initialised User 
Mutex/Events
USERENV(288.28c) 14:40:40:328 LibMain: Process Name:  
\??\C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
USERENV(288.28c) 14:40:40:406 Entering CUserProfile::Initialize ...
USERENV(288.28c) 14:40:40:406 CUserProfile::Initialize called by winlogon
USERENV(288.28c) 14:40:40:406 CUserProfile::Initialize: critical section 
initialized
USERENV(288.28c) 14:40:40:406 CSyncManager::Initialize: critical section 
initialized


on the "bad" one, starts userinit.exe and the whole policy procedure reiterate. 
The last lines in the "bad" log are
IsSyncForegroundPolicyRefresh: Synchronous, Reason: policy set to SYNC
LibMain: Process Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe

I can sometimes reboot nine or ten times without problems, and sometime we have 
to remove the rechargeable battery.
I cannot find any causal connection.

If you have any ideea, please let me know. Thank you.

Maria
-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 10:33:19 -0700
> Von: "Darren Mar-Elia" <darren@xxxxxxxxxx>
> An: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Betreff: [gptalk] Re: Executing: Begin User Group Policy

> Maria-
> Its hard to say exactly the problem but I think the first thing to do
> would
> be to enable verbose userenv logging on that system and see if it shows
> where the time is being spent. You can post the relevant parts of the log
> here if you want, so that we can take a look.  More info on enabling that
> logging is here:
> 
> http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;221833
> 
> Darren
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
> Behalf Of maria_medeea1@xxxxxxx
> Sent: Monday, July 07, 2008 10:05 AM
> To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [gptalk] Executing: Begin User Group Policy
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I search for a long time the solution for a problem one client in our
> domain
> has.
> XP SP2 it happens randomly and after many gpupdate /force and reboots I
> still don't know why it can happen :((
> The Problem: we change a Laptop with a newer one for one User and since
> than
> he cannot sometimes to log in. It takes very long after he logs on. It
> hangs
> on "applying user settings" after I activate the verbose login it remains
> on
> "Executing: Begin User Group Policy" and what helps ist a hard reset.
> We changed the motherboard and the harddisk (we thought it may be the
> hardware, but it wasn't).
> We reinstalled the client and made a new profile. The Problem is the same.
> It never happens with my account (I work remotely with dom.admin account).
> I searched the internet but I didn't find anything.
> What could it be?
> Thank you. Cheers
> 
> maria
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