- I log in to my Hyper-v host server
- I open the Hyper-V manager, select my server S1 and click Connect
- When I want to shut down server S1 or reboot server S1, I just click the start button and select shut down or restart (it's a server 2008 r2).
Now this is my problem. The Connect window turns blue (like the default background of the server) and doesn't do a thing (not even after 10minutes, I also don't see any cpu activity in the hyper-v manager).
Only when I select "Shut down" in my Hyper-v manager the server starts shutting down.
I only have this with this one server (it runs Exchange 2010 if that helps...)
In the Administrative Events from S1 I also see these warnings, but i'm not sure if they have anything to do with this problem:
Winlogon Event 6005: The winlogon notification subscriber <GPClient> is taking long time to handle the notification event (EndShell). Winlogon Event 6006: The winlogon notification subscriber <GPClient> took 241 second(s) to handle the notification event (EndShell).
Update: at logon/logoff I have 1 powershell script running that logs the user (but other server have this also..) Update 2: I logged in via RDC to the server. I logged of and the RDC screen was blue and doesn't do a thing. When I went to the hyper-v host server and when I clicked 'Connect' I see the Ctrl+Alt+Del screen of the server. But when I login from the hyper-v host server and I log off I see the blue background there. It's like that the window is not getting a refresh or hangs.
I hope anyone could help me with this.