Slow startup


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Guest

When a laptop from a domain is taken somewhere else and has no network
connection at all, boot up is fast. If it has any network connection, like on
a home network, the boot up spends a fair bit of time on both “preparing
network connections†and “running startup scriptsâ€. The preparing network
connections message has probably always been there but the running startup
scripts message is new because I just added a startup script through group
policy.
Is there a group policy setting that will decrease the timeout for either or
both of these operations so they will quit trying a little quicker? I have
found the "maximum wait time for group policy scripts" setting but this
refers to all scripts. I'm afraid if set it low enough to make a difference I
may run into problems with logon scripts timing out.
 
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Guest

I'm having the exact problem. When users starts up internally, it's ok but
when they are out in the field, it would take 3-5min. I suspect gp but not
sure what is causing this delay.
 

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