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Please wait for Group Policy...

Please wait for Group Policy...

Postby MACK » Mon Aug 06, 2012 5:33 am

When Logging off from Server 2008 r2 and not allowing much by default except for Administrator and DNS.exe (Any User)...
I get "Please Wait for Group Policy..." on logoff screen.

Usually logoff takes 3 to 5 seconds. Now, it is hanging for several minutes for "Please Wait for Group Policy"...

Do I need to enable a specific System .exe to fix this?
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Re: Please wait for Group Policy...

Postby VistaFirewallControl » Mon Aug 06, 2012 4:27 pm

Please use blocked.log file (from the installation folder).
Probably you would have to enable some over-blocking.
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Re: Please wait for Group Policy...

Postby MACK » Mon Aug 06, 2012 7:41 pm

Thank you. There's several hundreds of lines in the log. (mostly repeats).

lsass.exe
dfsrs.exe
microsoft.activedirectory.webservices.exe
ismserv.exe

I have discovered that I need to add:
lsasse.exe enableAll for logon / logoff to work quickly.
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Re: Please wait for Group Policy...

Postby VistaFirewallControl » Tue Aug 07, 2012 9:16 am

Maybe there is a sense to investigate the activity in depth by the blocking details.
Most probably you can avoid EnableAll and permit the activity required only.
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[solved] Re: Please wait for Group Policy...

Postby MACK » Tue Aug 07, 2012 5:51 pm

Yes. It does help to learn the services needed.
But, it would be nice to have a consolidated list. I guess I will have to make one over time.
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