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Windows Server 2012 started running slow this morning [on hold]

I am running Windows Server 2012 on Virtual Box VM and it was running successfully with excellent speed, I have 32 gig RAM installed but don't know what happened this morning and could not turn ...
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Apache + PAM + Winbind slow logins

Since upgrading our old Debian Lenny server to Ubuntu 12.04, we've noticed intermittent slow or failed access to Apache. Many or most web requests work fine, but occasionally, a Subversion client ...
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Login for users with no folder redirection is virtually instantaneous, but login for users *with* folder redirection takes around 45 seconds

I have just configured a Windows 7 laptop for use on a SBS 2003 domain. Everything works perfectly, except users with folder redirection have to wait approximately 45 seconds before they see their ...
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LDAP authentication very slow on production server

We are developing a Spring MVC application which does LDAP authentication using Spring Security framework. The problem we are facing is that the authentication works just fine on our development ...
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Slow logoff times on Windows 7 PC's in 2008 Domain. Login times are fine

Even with a brand new roaming profile (17.2MB, 253 files, 114 folders), it takes about 5-6 minutes for users to logoff, but it only takes them about 20-30 seconds to login. I located the exact same ...
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Slow logon with “Applying your personal settings…” message- only occurs when domain user is member of a security group

Domain user accounts on our network can log in in ~2 seconds when they are not a member of any security groups. However, this logon time increases to ~35 seconds when the are a member of any security ...
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Slow logon only affecting one domain user account

One domain user on our network takes up to 5 minutes to log on to one particular PC (the other domain users can log in in around 10 seconds, and local accounts take only a couple of seconds to sign in ...
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What constitutes a large WMI repository and what can cause it to grow?

Our organization is experiencing lengthy startup times after improper shutdowns that seem to be tied to the size of the WMI repository. For example, a repository folder size of 50 megs might result ...
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amazon instance runs fine but extremely slow when logging in via ssh, webmail authentication

I'm running a large EC2 instance with ubuntu that is basically used to provide email services (IMAP, webmail access, etc) to some people. This server was previously hosted somewhere else but was ...
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Windows 8 Pro hangs at Applying Computer Setting for 10 mins on Domain

I have a few Windows 8 clients connected to my SBS 2008 Server. When i reboot the windows 8 machine while connected to the network it takes over 10 mins and sits at "Applying Computer Settings". If i ...
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Secure LDAP Authentication Issue

I am using the following C# code in the code behind of a webform deployed in an ASP.NET 4 (4.0.30319) application pool on Server1 and Server2. PrincipalContext pc = new ...
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Zimbra open source experiencing unexplained slowdowns that are resolved only by rebooting

Our zimbra server is experiencing unexplained slowdowns every couple of days that are only resolved after rebooting the server. From the end user's perspective, if they are using webmail and they send ...
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Speeding up Group Policy, and how will implementing Group Policy Preferences impact logon time?

I'm looking for some advice on speeding up and upgrading our logon system to make it more robust and faster. I inherited an older logon system, which was migrated over from Novell Netware originally. ...
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Windows 7 slow logon to domain on branch office

So we have a branch office that is connected via 10Mb fiber to the main office. Logging on a Windows 7 (pro, 32 bit) domain pc is very slow. The first time it takes up to 7 minutes. After that, it ...
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How can I use Wireshark to analyze slow Active Directory logins?

This page seems to imply that Wireshark can only begin capturing after boot, but it looks like someone else has run into this problem before and didn't get anywhere. It doesn't necessarily have to ...
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Windows Server takes 5 minutes to log in via Remote Desktop? Stand alone server

It's a Dell PE 2900 with Windows Server 2003 standard 64 bit, all windows updates applied. CPU and Network are always under ten percent. Only Helios (file sharing) and SQL Server 2005 running on it. ...
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Please wait for User Profile Service… on WIndows 7 takes around 1-2 minutes to process

When loggging into our domain, after entering account credentials the log in process takes around 1-2 minutes before it gets past the User Profile Service, the rest of the process takes 2-3 secs. ...
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Folder Redirection and Offline Files make for 1 hour logons on laptops

I have enabled Folder Redirection, and Offline files via group policy, and now laptops take an and to "applying computer settings" and then the logon itself takes an amazing amount of time. These are ...
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Windows 7 extremely slow login, exchange performance, printer enumeration, etc

Background: I have a fresh copy of Windows 7 Professional x64 on a Dell Latitude E6500. The laptop has 8GB RAM, 250GB drive, and all Intel peripherals (net/wifi/graphics). All available Windows ...
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Windows XP Domain Logon takes between 40 - 60 minutes

Windows XP Clients, fully patched, with Symantec Endpoint Protection 11 client Windows 2008 R2 domain Roaming profiles Folder Redirection applied to Documents, AppData & Desktop I've enabled ...