[THIN] Re: Slow logoff....

Download CCMCLEAN.EXE from Microsoft's website.  It's the only supported
method of removal that I am aware of.
adam




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I do not see it under add/remove programs.  I do have an icon for it in
Control Panel.

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Subject: [THIN] Re: Slow logoff....

Ahhh yes.  Good old SMS.  I  had to remove it from all my TS servers.  Slow
logoffs galore.  We use SMS with the latest service pack and it does seem
to
be a bit better.
adam



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All servers affected....have event 4100 Firing Agent errors....

I recall seeing this when SMS 2003 was installed on my servers in the
past.....hhhhmmmm......I will have to check with the SMS boys.

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Yes.

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Are you running UPHClean?



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The situation I have found, connect to published app.  NO problem.

Close the published app., it appears to close, yet my connection center
still shows a connection to the server.

Check the CMC, it shows no connection to the server.

Published desktop leaves the window on my screen, just the windows
background.  I have even been able to reboot the server, and still have the
desktop background on my machine.

MPS 3.0, client is PN Agent 8.1.

Servers are all WIN2K SP4.

From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
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Of Schneider, Chad M
Sent: Friday, February 18, 2005 10:36 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Slow logoff....



All of the sudden, may be since installing M$ patches, I have servers which
take a long time to logoff.  IT appears to only be affecting my Test farm
servers, which I have updated with the latest M$ patches.


This does not appear to be affecting live servers, that I have noticed.


Does anyone have the M$ patch for this, post SP4?


Chad M. Schneider
Technology Analyst
Bemis Company, Inc.
920-303-7609
"Just because you can, does not mean that you should."






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