Commonly, slow logon issue is caused by the incorrect DNS configuration.
I did not find any information which will cause the slow logon with the
incorrect key settings in the
We can also run the following command:
SET _CLUSTER_NETWORK_NAME_=<IP ADDRESS NAME>
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| When I reboot the server it takes really long time to come up I got some
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| There was
| a case where the _Cluster_Network_Name_ held an incorrect value. Please
| check HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Environment
| for this variable. If it's present make sure it actually specifies a
| valid virtual server name.
| I did not find that key so what is the key value that I need to add to the