Iterating what has been suggested, turn off realtime AV if you can, and
reboot. If that helps, and you want realtime scanning on, on the
server, you'll have to dig up the exclusion info for the AV product
Another thing to obviously check, is the logon profile. For starters,
ensure you have the User Profile cleanup tool installed (it *may* help).
But, obviously, try logging on as another admin user (ie not the
In article <uOLzBLB0KHA.244@newsgroup>, wibble@newsgroup
> Hi James,
> The strange thing is we can manage the computer using computer management
> and all services are started and there doesn't seem to be anything untoward
> in the event logs. Its a real bizarre one?!?!
> "James Hurrell" <"j_a_hurrell at hotmail com"> wrote in message
> > On 30/03/2010 14:24, David Parkes wrote:
> > If you can get in with safe mode, I would check the event log for any
> >> Hi James,
> >> Thanks for the suggestion. The AV which is running on the server is CA
> >> ITM which isn't a home product. We have had the user on site to remote
> >> the network cable but that hasn't helped. Any more suggestions would be
> >> appreciated. Thanks
> > services that have failed to automatically start - this might help
> > pinpoint the culprit.