[gptalk] Re: always wait for network at computer startup or logon

  • From: "Deepu" <yoursfren@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: 11 Sep 2008 06:10:18 -0000

Hi Daniel,

Please go through the link and it will be more clear to you:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305293

Thanks...
Deepak...

On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 rpo wrote :
hi all,

in trying to reduce startup/logon times. i'm reviewing a policy that has "always wait for network at computer startup or logon" set to enabled. in my testing ou, i've disabled it and startup times have decreased by around a min. apparently the default setting is disabled, but i'd like to hear about people's opinions on this setting? should
it be on or off.

additionally, in regards to the startup slowness, i notice there seems to be a long wait at "applying computer settings". what exactly occurs here? i've used policy reporter and it shows that during machine policy refresh, establishing the link speed and determining it is a fast link takes less than a second, there is then a 20-30 sec delay in the log before anything else starts happening, can anyone shed some
light on this?

thanks,

daniel.
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