Logon time

Logon time

Post by Peter Negro » Sat, 25 May 2002 01:28:09



Does anyone know why it takes so long for win2000 pro to
log onto a network running win 2000 servers? Is there a
way to decrease this time? My workstations sometimes take
up to 2 min to do this. we are running a 10base t network
and my win 98 machines logon fast.

Help

 
 
 

Logon time

Post by Willia » Sat, 25 May 2002 02:02:21


DNS


Quote:> Does anyone know why it takes so long for win2000 pro to
> log onto a network running win 2000 servers? Is there a
> way to decrease this time? My workstations sometimes take
> up to 2 min to do this. we are running a 10base t network
> and my win 98 machines logon fast.

> Help


 
 
 

Logon time

Post by Michael May » Sat, 25 May 2002 02:01:07



> Does anyone know why it takes so long for win2000 pro to
> log onto a network running win 2000 servers? Is there a
> way to decrease this time? My workstations sometimes take
> up to 2 min to do this. we are running a 10base t network
> and my win 98 machines logon fast.

> Help

Are you using roaming profiles?  If so, then that explains the delay...

Ways to limit this delay:
- limit the cache in MSIE (I use 10MB for roaming)
- tell users to put their large files in a location other than
  * My Documents
  * Desktop
  * "Downloaded Files"
  * etc.
- If you retain e-mail, keep it in a location other than the user's profile

--
Mike

 
 
 

Logon time

Post by Mark » Sat, 25 May 2002 02:08:01


Make sure your workstations point to your Win2000 servers in the DNS
settings and not the ISP's dns, win2000 pro boxes rely on a dns server that
supports SRV records. An internal win2000 server supports this.

Mark V
MCP, A+


Quote:> Does anyone know why it takes so long for win2000 pro to
> log onto a network running win 2000 servers? Is there a
> way to decrease this time? My workstations sometimes take
> up to 2 min to do this. we are running a 10base t network
> and my win 98 machines logon fast.

> Help

 
 
 

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