|03-09-2009, 02:57 PM||#1|
Re: Slow Log Off (Windows 2003 R2)
This seems to have made the biggest improvment I've seen. I have also found
that Windows Defender seems to be culprit so far.
Thank you ALL for your replies.
> try "User Profile Hive Cleanup Service " from Microsoft, it works wonders.
> after the service is running the users probably will logoff pretty fast and
> you'll see msgs from the UPHC daemon what the problem is. e.g. who's holding
> handles to the users registry hive...
> l'me guess: it's a lexmark printer!
> "Tyler Barnes" <TylerBarnes@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb im
> Newsbeitrag news:032B45C4-DAAA-4E5C-BB4D-F43A7ED7C850@microsoft.com...
> > Sorry, this was the hotfix I installed not the one listed below:
> > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/944984
> > "Tyler Barnes" wrote:
> >> I have a new Windows 2003 R2 server that use for Terminal server users.
> >> It
> >> seems that most of the users can log off w/o issue, but several people,
> >> who
> >> pass their local printers, seem to have problems logging off. They will
> >> click the log off icon I setup on the desktop to run shutdown.exe /l and
> >> it
> >> could take SEVERAL minutes to log them off. Here is an example of what
> >> is
> >> thrown in the event log:
> >> Event Type: Warning
> >> Event Source: Userenv
> >> Event Category: None
> >> Event ID: 1517
> >> Date: 2/28/2009
> >> Time: 11:59:14 AM
> >> User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
> >> Computer: SERVERNAME
> >> Description:
> >> Windows saved user DOMAIN\Username registry while an application or
> >> service
> >> was still using the registry during log off. The memory used by the
> >> user's
> >> registry has not been freed. The registry will be unloaded when it is no
> >> longer in use.
> >> This is often caused by services running as a user account, try
> >> configuring
> >> the services to run in either the LocalService or NetworkService account.
> >> I installed hotfix http://support.microsoft.com/kb/944984. But this did
> >> not
> >> seem to fix anything with this problem.
> >> Has anyone else seen this and dooes anyone have a fix. I am seeing a lot
> >> of
> >> posts about the same thing elsewhere on the net.
> >> Thanks ahead of time.
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