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When you logon or logoff from your domain with a newly built Windows Vista SP1 computer, you experience delays of about 5-10 minutes. This problem appears after you have joined the computer to an Active Directory domain.
This behavior occurs in, but is not limited to, the following scenario:
The newly built clients are being denied access to the forest root domain controllers by blocking port 389 (LDAP) on the firewall which prevents the Windows Vista computer to contact the root domain controller in order to set the following registry key to include a reference to your forest root domain (i.e. corp.contoso.com):
from a machine that had successfully contacted the forest root via LDAP, and apply this to a failing rebuilt machine, then the PC should be able to consistently identify the network from that point onwards.
For more information please review the following Technet article which describes the group policy settings that use network determination:
Section ' Group Policy Settings That Use Network Determination ' describes the following Computer Configuration Group Policy settings:
· Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections\Prohibit use of Internet Connection Sharing on your DNS domain network
· Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections\Prohibit use of Internet Connection Firewall on your DNS domain network
· Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections\Prohibit installation and configuration of NetworkBridge on your DNS domain network
· Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections\Windows Firewall\ Windows Firewall settings for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2)
These settings use network determination to specify the behavior and configuration of network services.
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