Avoid syncronized logon sleep timer in powershell logon script?


  • Hi,

    We have Asyncronized logon for all our clients except a ad group with a few members that get a GPO that sets syncronized logon for those users. We also have a logon script based on powershell that has a start-sleep command of 60 seconds that fixes som printer issues.

    the problem is that the users in the ad group is getting a 60 seconds delay with a black screen on logon. 

    Is there a way to avoid the syncronized logon to consider the start-sleep command as part of the login process by using start-job or executing another script file from within the logon script? 

    • Moved by Bill_Stewart Friday, August 21, 2015 2:14 PM Move to more appropriate forum
    Thursday, August 20, 2015 5:53 AM

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