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Network login takes lot of time

When i am logging on my intranet domain,it takes lot of time loading the profile .and it is for all the users .what may be the problem.i have tried everything but problem not solved

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Your DNS is wrong, Thats why it takes forever to login, its trying to resolve the DNS

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USER PROFILE WILL NOT LOAD


This is way too vague a problem description to be able to even make a suggestion.

What kind of Laptop?
What operating system?
Any problems getting to the login screen?
Are you able to log in, but not load the profile; or not log in at all?
Is this after starting a machine that was off, after logging off and back on, or when trying to switch users?
Are you logging on with a local account or a domain/network account?
How many profiles are on the PC?
How much space is available on the HDD?
Does it load a temporary profile, or just error-out?

Nov 29, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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How to Upgrade Windows 98 or Windows Millennium Edition Profiles to Windows XP...


This guide describes how to upgrade a Microsoft Microsoft Windows 98-based, or Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition-based client that has user profiles to a Microsoft Windows XP-based client.
The following steps enable the Windows 98 and Windows Millennium Edition (Me) profiles to be retained throughout the process.
Your best method to retain the profiles is to join the domain during the upgrade installation process.
Otherwise, you must use a workaround method to transfer the profile information over to the Windows XP profile.
During the upgrade installation process, at the networking section, the administrator is offered the choice to join a domain or a workgroup.
If you join the domain at this juncture, you ensure that all the existing profiles are migrated successfully to the Windows XP-based installation.
If you did not join the computer to the domain during the upgrade process, you must use the following workaround method:

Join the upgraded computer to the target domain.
All applicable users must log on and log off (which generates a profile).
Copy the appropriate Application Data folder from the Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me profiles to the newly created user profiles.

on Jul 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do I fix error 571 on my 9800 monarch ticket machine using my loftware 32 design ticket?


If you are getting error 571 from Nebraska Book Company's WinPrism inventory control system, File --> System Settings --> set the Receipt Type to 8-1/2 X 11. It seems irrelevant but it works.

Another possible resolution to the problem is to remove the Windows (XP, 7, 8, 10) profile of the offending user:

0. Login as the offending user and backup anything they want to keep, like browser bookmarks/favorite or documents on the desktop.
1. Log into Windows as a local administrator.
2. Control Panel --> User Accounts --> select the offending user --> Remove.
3. Restart.
4. Log into Windows as a local administrator.
5. Delete C:\Users\offending_user
6. The following is necessary to avoid a "temporary profile" error: Regedit.exe HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows NT --> Current Version --> ProfileList --> select each entry until you find the one with a ProfileImagePath of C:\Users\offending_user and delete it.
7. Control Panel --> User Accounts --> add the user.
8. Login as the offending user, add the printer, and now it should work.

Jun 15, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I purchase a used computer that was a part of a company domain. I removed it from the domain. I cannot login.


When you removed the computer form the domain, you can no longer login as a domain user. You need to know the login credentials of a local user of that machine. (Administrator, is almost always a username, ans you would need to know the password of that user. Thanks!

Mar 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Cause of user profile not loading


The question is:

What causes a user profile not to be loaded in Windows domain based network?

the answer is:
there are probably 3 broad reasons for this,
1. the user corrupted their profile somehow, such as shutting down without logging off (hard power off)
2. the connection to the domain was lost ungracefully, and offline information was not copied entirely, causing a mismatch of some encrypted profile data, (effectingly corrupting again) and preventing the logon.
3. an unknown event took place between the last time the user sucessfully logged on, and this time where the profile is now not loading. this could be hardware related (faulty Hard disk), RAM parity errors( bad memory), a change to the user profile SID details on the domain controller or other domain change.

Usually the cause is not so much a problem, unless it consistantly reoccurs.

Fixing it however, in XP is fairly easy.
with an account with domain admin rights, just navigate to the UNC path "\\computername\c$\documents and settings" - note the name of the folder/user affected, and just .old their profile folder.
example, username is Philip. - you see in their c:\documents and settings\ folder the folder called Philip, rename it to philip.old or something else.

You have to ensure this is done while the user is logged off, as files in this folder will be in use otherwise. potentially useful to reboot the computer before navigating to the profile folder.

Jul 11, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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User profile cannot be loaded on Windows domain-based network


The only way i found to stop it was to copy the profiles to a new spot and then delete the user and then remake the user and log in as the user and then log out and then copy the setting back to the user replacing the files.

If your not the administrator of the domain, contact the domain administrator, only he can give you the
relavent permissions.

Jun 14, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2

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Domain controller is down or otherwise unavailable.


Hiii

Ok after assiging a workgroup to the domain, plz make sure u gpupdate ur system , certain times it does take 60mins for changes to take effect.

Regards.

Sep 08, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Switched to workgroup for my lenovo laptop - now can log in


are you loging in onto the network? if so you'll need the network user account name and logon

if you know the logon name and password make sure your logging in to the computer user profile not the networked one.

typically the user name is Administrator. 2 accounts are created admin and guest, though most the time Guest is not activated.

if your really outa luck Try a program called Ophcrack :]
either use it as a bootup disk or run it google it sourceforge!

Sep 04, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Windows cannot locate the server copy of your roaming profile and is attempting to log you on with your local profile. Changes to the profile will not be copied to the server when you logoff. Possible...


When you "logon" to your local network, your computer is configured to fetch your "desktop" (My Documents and wallpaper and everything else) from a "server" computer on your network.

Was your "logon" to the local "domain-server" a successful login?
Does your local Network Administrator indicate that the "domain-server" is functioning properly?
Does that server's log-file show any error-messages, such as "not allowed to login between 10 PM and 6 AM" (a "security" setting on the server).

Since your "desktop" could not be loaded from the domain-server,
your computer has used a "local" copy of your "desktop",
and it is warning you that any changes will *NOT* be "merged" back to your "network" profile.

Have you contacted you local Network Administrator? What did she say?

May 25, 2009 | D-Link Computers & Internet

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My website on my network open the netopia router page


You need to somehow setup the internal DNS to route all requests for the specific domain name, to your internal website.

Or, setup the netopia to allow loopback connections.

If you have a 2003 Server OS, chances are that the server is handling DNS requests, at least internally.

This tutorial has a good example of how to create domains internally:
http://www.simongibson.com/intranet/dns2003/

Just a couple of tidbits when using this approach:
You will essentially be controlling the DNS for the domain internally anyways. Meaning, any subdomains, mail exchangers etc., for the domain will have to be configured as well.

Good Luck.

Feb 26, 2009 | Netopia (3347NWG-ENT) Router (3347NWGENT)

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