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Applying Group Policy Printers policy...Slow Login

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  • Hi

    Our organisation seems to be experiencing problems with Intermittent Slow Logins.

    It started the day following a print server migration - we migrated from Windows Server 2003 to 2008 R2

    The setup is a VDI environment with VMware linked-clone desktops, DC is Win Svr 2012 (not r2), desktops are Win 7

    Users are logging in using Teradici Zero-Clients

    The current symptoms are:

    • When the user logs in intermittently they are faced with Welcome Screen - if they remain connected it logs them in after a delay of exactly 1 hour
    • Enabling high detailed messages shows the screen is suck on Applying Group Policy Printers policy...
    • Enabling the GPSVC.log file with detailed logging 030002 I get the following - as you can see at 08:15:54:826 - 08:25:57:786 there is no info?????:
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:754 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:756 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:758 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension 802.3 Group Policy
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:760 CompareGPOLists:  The lists are the same.
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:762 CheckGPOs: No GPO changes but couldn't read extension 802.3 Group Policy's status or policy time.
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:764 ProcessGPOs: Extension 802.3 Group Policy skipped with flags 0x6.
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:766 ProcessGPOs: -----------------------
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:768 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Group Policy Printers
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:770 CompareGPOLists:  The lists are the same.
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:772 CompareGPOLists:  One list is empty
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:796 GPLockPolicySection: Sid = S-1-5-21-445392519-3690633775-422500324-23078, dwTimeout = 30000, dwFlags = 0
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:799 LockPolicySection called for user <S-1-5-21-445392519-3690633775-422500324-23078>
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:801 Sync Lock Called
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:803 Writer Lock got immediately.
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:805 Lock taken successfully
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:807 Taking console lock with timeout 29984.
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:809 Sync Lock Called
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:811 Writer Lock got immediately.
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:813 Lock taken successfully
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:815 ProcessGPOList: Entering for extension Group Policy Printers
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:817 UserPolicyCallback: Setting status UI to Applying Group Policy Printers policy...
    GPSVC(440.1774) 08:15:54:819 Message Status = <Applying Group Policy Printers policy...>
    GPSVC(440.1774) 08:15:54:822 Setting GPsession state = 1
    GPSVC(440.14e0) 08:15:54:826 LogExtSessionStatus: Successfully logged Extension Session data
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:57:786 NlaQueryNetSignatures returned 1 networks
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:57:790 Found a intranet+auth network
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:57:793 # of interfaces : 1
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:57:795 Interface ID: {C618F3C8-9634-40A8-814F-056DAF2FA1DD}
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:57:798 Compartment ID: 1
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:57:801 Setting the CompartmentId [1] on the current thread
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:57:807 GetDomainControllerConnectionInfo: Enabling bandwidth estimate.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:312 Started bandwidth estimation successfully
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:315 GetDomainControllerConnectionInfo: Getting Ldap Handles.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:317 GetLdapHandle:  Getting ldap handle for host: THT-DCV01.tht.local in domain: tht.local.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:319 GetLdapHandle:  Server connection established.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:325 GetLdapHandle:  Binding using only kerberos.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:329 GetLdapHandle:  Bound successfully.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:334 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\system32\VMWVvpcse.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:337 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\dskquota.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:339 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for gptext.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:342 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\TsUsbRedirectionGroupPolicyExtension.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:344 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\iedkcs32.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:347 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\RdpGroupPolicyExtension.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:349 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\srchadmin.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:352 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\iedkcs32.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:355 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\cscobj.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:357 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for gptext.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:360 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for C:\Windows\System32\iedkcs32.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:362 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for gptext.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:364 ReadGPExtensions: Rsop entry point not found for gptext.dll.
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:467 GetGPOInfo:  ********************************
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:470 GetGPOInfo:  Entering...
    GPSVC(440.aac) 08:25:58:473 GetMachineToken:  Looping for authentication again.

    Please can someone assist as I'm thinking this is my first steps in diagnosing the problem

    Thursday, July 16, 2015 9:48 AM

Answers

  • Hi,

    Based on the description, how did we configure the printer deployment settings, under Computer Configure or User Configuration? If it's under User Configuration, if possible, we can try to change to deploy the printers under Computer Configuration, which means the setting will apply to all the users logging onto the targeted computers and will be processed before they log in . Besides,  what action did we choose when configuring the printer deployment? We should avoid using Replace and choose to use Update when deploying printers via GPP Printer extension.

    Best regards,

    Frank Shen


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