Windows 10: Slow login with domain user [version 1607, Creators update]

  1.    16 May 2017 #1

    Slow login with domain user [version 1607, Creators update]

    Hello all,
    I have big problem with slow login to domain account on Windows 10(1607, creators update). Login time is normal when the computer is freshly put in domain + using company network cable but when you leave the company network, connect to a outside/home WIFI after that login on a company network takes for about 5 minutes. I can fix the problem by putting computer out of our domain and back but the problem reappears when you go out of our network. Another fix is that u pull out LAN cable before you click sign in but users cant do this all the time..
    I tried setting every possible login option in GPEdit but nothing fixed the problem, neither did any of solutions written on google, so I really hope that some of you can help me.
    Thank you,
    BR :)
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 9,783
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1803
       17 May 2017 #2

    Hi alien1337. Welcome to the TenForums @alien1337

    Long shot, to see if this is related to Windows Fast Start Up the next time you connect to your company network and you are getting ready to shutdown, hold the shift key down and then click shutdown. This stops Fast Start Up for this session.

    Then boot when you get home and see if this reduces time. If so, you can permanently disable Fast Startup. We have a tutorial on how in the tutorial library.

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  3.    24 May 2017 #3

    Your problem seems to be related to the network connectivity. When the user is in the office, so in the LAN, he logs in quickly, but when he went home he experience a big logon wait. The difference here reside in the network !
    To figure out exactly what causes this delay, use Windows performance recorder, Part of Windows performance Toolkit (a free Microsoft Tool) and take a boot trace then you can analyze it using Windows Performance Analyzer...
    I give you a link to a tutorial I made on how to use WPT to record a boot trace How to use WPR to record Windows boot process | zinetek
    in the following link you can read this article where I explain how I did resolve a slow boot for a domain user (use the password "p123" to access the post) Windows 7 slow logon troubleshooting | zinetek

    If you need any help analyzing your boot trace, I'll be glad to help. You can zip it and send it to me.

    See you.
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