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Computers hang on Applying computer settings

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Hi, guys,

I have a lab where 25 new boxes locate in.
After I joined those computers to the domain, it works fine.
But after 2 or 3 days, all computers hang on "Applying for computer settings" after my clients type their user name and passwords.
It takes about 2 hours to logon for the first person. Once someone logon and logoff, it only takes 15 sec for others to logon.
If I log into safe mode and reboot, problem's gone, for one day. The next day, all computers die again.
I mean I can't go there everyday to reboot them.

Could someone help plz???? Thanks in advance.
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Edited by Octagonal, 01 April 2009 - 03:03 AM.
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What kind of computers are these?
Server, XP, Vista, Win 7?
Are they in a workgroup, or a domain?
Is there a domain controller?
How are they configured, independently or networked together?
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I have a lab where 25 new boxes locate in.

Is this a school or a business? Do you have a IT dept that sets this all up? If so they should be the ones checking this issue out.

Edited by rshaffer61, 15 April 2009 - 04:25 PM.

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