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it´s psychologically, but personally I would think everything more than 1 minute 30 secounds is slow, 30 to 45 is normal, 45 to 1:30 is depending on what you configure at Advanced Search Forum Windows Operating Systems Windows XP Userenv If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. It appeared that all the entries concerning the Autoexec.bat file were at the beginning of the file. Ferguson" <> wrote in message > news:... >>I would guess some virus or spyware was trying to write itself to that >>file. >> >> -- >> >> Mark L. this contact form

Full scan of Norton antivirus (latest definitions) in safe mode >>> turned >>> up clean... Maybe there is a way to use new account with old configuration? 0 Back to top #6 Mudhi Mudhi Senior TEG Forum Member Members 13,493 posts Gender:Male Location:Taiwan Posted 03 October USERENV(54c.550) 15:23:14:093 GetProfileType: ProfileFlags is 0 USERENV(9e0.9dc) 15:23:15:109 LibMain: Process Name: C:\WINDOWS\system32\imapi.exe USERENV(888.978) 15:23:17:421 GetProfileType: Profile already loaded. The messages stop recording to thelog file; however, Sophos is still accessing the drive and running the bat file every few seconds.The bat file just does an echo command.

Yet I doubt either is. I got have saved daemon.log file wich logs whole instllation process, i have also read userenv.log but alas i dont know how to read those logs propertly. On my machine that PID is for Sygate Personall > Firewall Pro. Privacy Policy Contact Us © 2001 - 2016 MSFN Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc. × Existing user?

USERENV(99c.9d 22:28:02:437 LoadUserProfile: Failed to impersonate user with 5. Marked as answer by Jane_WangModerator Thursday, September 22, 2011 2:04 AM Friday, September 16, 2011 4:26 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Am 15.09.2011 16:42, schrieb spybot, adaware and MS anti-spyware beta all turn up clean. > No > weird BHO's or other crud. USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:140 GetUserNameAndDomain Failed to impersonate user USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:156 GetUserDNSDomainName: Domain name is NT Authority.

USERENV(534.4b8) 15:34:01:671 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. USERENV(534.4b8) 15:34:01:687 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. I would 100% create yourself a nice new GPO structure and switch everyone over to a cleaned up version, then remove all the old GPOs (I'm confused if you are having https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/1ebf742e-754f-4a7a-88c1-f60ce7cbac73/slow-log-on-with-windows-xp-active-directory?forum=winserverGP err = 21USERENV(dc.73c) 19:52:06:884 LoadUserProfileI: LoadUserProfileP failed with 21USERENV(104.174) 19:52:06:884 LoadUserProfile: Calling LoadUserProfileI failed.

Tried gpupdate /force - times out with: User Policy Refresh has not completed in the expected time. Please could someone review the log below and see if I am looking in the right direction. Quote RTmarc Senior Member Join Date Nov 2005 Location Birmingham, AL Posts 1,088 07-18-200805:29 PM #20 Originally Posted by bjaxx Originally Posted by bjaxx Originally Posted by undomiel You could Tech, the whole thing is that the group policy applies after I restart my computer, if I try gpupdate from a command prompt, it times out...

Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?196275-Userenv I'm not saying it is impossible to lengthen or disable the lazy flush, no doubt it is some obscure registry setting. The only thing that changes is the >>>>> timestamp. >>>>> >>>>> Running XP I don't have an autoexec.bat file and I can't imagine what >>>>> would be needing to access it Dos and > Win16 programs may expect it.

USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-process/cannot-process-actionmessages-instance.html Both daemontool and alcohol are using the same driver, but Alcohol I found it more stable, the driver is a rootkit actually, but don't worry, it won't harm your system and Ferguson Nov 21, 2004 Userenv Error Guest, Feb 7, 2006, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 5 Views: 7,078 Guest Feb 9, 2006 Loading... Again, thanks for all the ideas.

USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 ProcessGPOs: ----------------------- USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Group Policy Power Options USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. USERENV(330.3a4) 22:27:37:765 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. Thanks Friday, September 16, 2011 12:54 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, I apologize for not explaining properly. http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-process/cannot-process-autoexec-bat-userenv.html No > weird BHO's or other crud.

USERENV(354.424) 12:01:35:062 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. Ferguson" <> wrote in message news:... >I would guess some virus or spyware was trying to write itself to that >file. > > -- > > Mark L. It's processed after all other environmental >> commands at logon not boot. >> >> -- >> ---------------------------------------------------------- >> http://www.uscricket.com >> "John Smith" <> wrote in message >> news:%... >>>I thought that

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Some like Perfect Disk and Outpost firewall aint still working, problem causing autostart items to dissapear was that path links in registry didnt start with "C:\" but with "-C:\", also some USERENV(354.424) 12:01:32:062 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. It's processed after all other environmental commands at logon not boot. -- ---------------------------------------------------------- http://www.uscricket.com "John Smith" <> wrote in message news:%... >I thought that too at first, but the machine is Are you sure you are communicating with the DC?

Question, is the group policy to big and its taking to much time so it times out? That's the simple version anyhow. Have you checked the Event Viewer? his comment is here Quote bjaxx Senior Member Join Date May 2007 Posts 218 Certifications A+, MCP 70-270,70-290 Network+,Associates in Computer Network Systems 07-18-200805:19 PM #13 Originally Posted by TechJunky have you tried gpupdate

Are your DNS settings correct? err = 21USERENV(5a4.5a0) 19:54:33:245 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.USERENV(5a4.5a0) 19:54:33:275 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.USERENV(5a4.5a0) 19:54:33:395 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.USERENV(118.bc) 19:54:51:331 CompileMof: Failed to get delete the rsop namespace. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 ProcessGPOs: Extension Internet Explorer Machine Accelerators skipped because both deleted and changed GPO lists are empty. USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:343 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.

I run firefox and am a fairly advanced >> computer >> user so I don't think it's that. Monday, September 19, 2011 5:09 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, We are having 2012 DC (pdc & bdc - active/active) . I run firefox and am a fairly advanced computer user so I don't think it's that. More About Us...

USERENV(330.3dc) 18:14:47:906 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:140 LibMain: Process Name: C:\Program Files\OCS Inventory Agent\ocsinventory.exe USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:140 ImpersonateUser: Failed to impersonate user with 5. nothing did work. You're saying the policies apply after a reboot successfully but if you create a new policy it won't apply until the machine is rebooted?

You expect this if you hide the autoexec from it. According to those in the know (supposedly), the "354" section of the entry is a hex value for the PID that generated the error in the log. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 ProcessGPOs: ----------------------- USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Microsoft Offline Files USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. My point is that XP does no create nor need an autoexec.bat file >> on >> a clean install, so what could possible be polling for it every few >> seconds?

All this means is some program is being blamed for accessing autoexec when it isn't. On my machine that PID is for Sygate Personall >> Firewall Pro. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. No DNS domain name available.

I printed the group policy out and its 34 pages... Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! The >> 354 marker in the original log entries is a hex value for process the ID >> that made the entry. I am just throwing some ideas out there.