Hello Friends, definitely someday you have faced slow login issue with windows 7 and 10 during your working hours. This blog will show to configure one setting in Group Policy which might be help you.
This policy setting controls how long Windows waits for a response from the network before logging on a user without a remote home directory and without synchronizing roaming user profiles. This policy setting is useful for the cases in which a network might take typically longer to initialize, such as with a wireless network.
Note: Here, point to be noted that Windows doesn’t wait for the network if the physical network connection is not available on the computer (if the media is disconnected or the network adapter is not available).
Slow Login Issue With Windows 7 And 10
If you enable this policy setting, Windows will wait for the network to become available up to the maximum wait time specified in this policy setting. Setting the value to zero causes Windows to proceed without waiting for the network.
If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, Windows waits for the network for a maximum of 30 seconds.
Please follow below steps to achieve this through Group Policy.
First of all, open Group Policy Management Console and create a new Group Policy or freshers can follow link How To Open Group Policy Management Console. Now Group Policy Editor is ready to use and go to the path as shown below
First of all, create a Group Policy. Right click on it and go to below path:
Computer Configuration –> Policies –> Administrative Templates –> System–> User Profiles
After that on right hand side, search for “Set maximum wait time for the network if a user has a roaming user profile or remote home directory”. Just double click on this and select “Enable” radio button. Thereafter, give the value in seconds which ensures the wait time for a response from the network prior to logging on a user without a remote home directory and without synchronizing roaming user profiles. Then click on OK button to come out.
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