[Samba] slow logon (and logoff) to Samba PDC
mark at mentat-it.com
Sat Oct 19 23:56:00 GMT 2002
Also check the Internet Explorer Temporary Internet File folder. By
default this is stored in the Profile and if it is set to have a large
cache and the user spends a lot of time on the web then it will take a
long to download when logging in/out.
On Sat, 2002-10-19 at 22:45, Aton wrote:
> How much data is stored on the desktop? Each time you logon and or logoff, Windows updates the profile on the samba server, and the profile includes all files on the desktop. So if have tons of files on the desktop, it'll make it slow.
> Other than that, I don't have a clue.(tm) =)
> At 08:29 AM 10/19/2002 -0800, you wrote:
> >One of my Win2000 clients takes about 5 minutes to logon
> >(and logoff) my Samba PDC. Other Win2000 clients are fine
> >so this may not be samba related but wanted to ask anyhow.
> >I have turned off the "enable offline folders" on the Win2000
> >machine so their is no synchronization stuff going on.
> >What else should I do ???
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