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it´s inside your userenv.log http://support.microsoft.com/kb/221833 Open it with notepad and "page down" the document and watch for "time jumps" Usually you will find executables that causes time. And i dont know what caused it, i dont have any viruses - using free Outpost Firewall(well was at least, it has antispyware scanner), AVG antivirus 7.5 with latest definitions, few USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 ProcessGPOs: ----------------------- USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Group Policy Internet Settings USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. Nothing ever modifies the file, though. Check This Out

Mark Mark Heitbrink - MVP Windows Server - Group Policy Homepage: www.gruppenrichtlinien.de - deutsch GPO Tool: www.reg2xml.com - Registry Export File Converter NetworkTrayTool www.gruppenrichtlinien.de/tools/Networktraytool.htm Marked as answer Yet both are being started at this time. I've gone through the GPO checklist to no avail... Ferguson" <> wrote in message > news:... >>I would guess some virus or spyware was trying to write itself to that >>file. >> >> -- >> >> Mark L. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/127277-userenvlog-filling-up-with-autoexecbat-errors/

The thing is every computer has those entries if no autoexec. If so you may have a problem with slow network connectivity. I monitered autoexec's file access while switching users. As I posted previously, if I create an empty autoexec.bat file in the root folder of my C:\ driver the error stops occurring.

USERENV(99c.9d 22:28:02:437 LoadUserProfile: Failed to impersonate user with 5. The >> 354 marker in the original log entries is a hex value for process the ID >> that made the entry. USERENV(534.4b8) 15:34:01:687 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:343 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.

Remove the file and the error returns. "Mark L. Two folders you mentioned are empty and with 0 size both so no files are hidden(even tho i have enabled abiulity to see all files i checked because after restart some Now I am curious why the hell my firewall would be polling for that file every few seconds. ---- "David Candy" <.> wrote in message news:... https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/1ebf742e-754f-4a7a-88c1-f60ce7cbac73/slow-log-on-with-windows-xp-active-directory?forum=winserverGP Yours show sysgate, mine shows messenger.

I think the problem may be related to DNS but not 100% sure. Tried gpupdate /target:user - same error for user settings only tried gpupdate /target:computer - same error for computer settings only Enviroment: 2 server 2003 DC DCDiags check out just fine Nslookups All this means is some program is being blamed for accessing autoexec when it isn't. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 CheckGPOs: No GPO changes but couldn't read extension Software Installation's status or policy time.

Are your DNS settings correct? http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?196275-Userenv Ran User Profile Hive Cleanup Service Tried gpupdate /force - times out with: User Policy Refresh has not completed in the expected time. This is pain for everone who wants to use debuggers, they wrote on forums that its because they dont want their 'unique technology' to be stolen. After fighting with it for a few weeks trying to get it back to some level of normalcy, I gave up.

USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. his comment is here USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:390 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. USERENV(2f4.c9 22:19:16:681 PolicyChangedThread: UpdateUser failed with 1008. Quote undomiel Virtual Member Join Date Sep 2007 Location Bellevue, WA Posts 2,813 Certifications MCSA:2008, VCP4/5, CCA (XS), MCITP: EA/VA, MCSE, MCSA, Linux+, Security+, Server+, A+ 07-18-200805:07 PM #11 You

Althro "compmgmt" says that my main account is member of "Administrators" group, i cant view task manager, msconfig and similar things with it. can be copied, they are all under \documents and settings\UserName\...Also wondering if i can save existing prefferences of existing account, delete it and then recreate and copy prefference/settings files to folder The files are OS related, ie. this contact form Remove the > file and the error returns. > > > "Mark L.

My question is WHAT is using it. the registry booster programs etc... USERENV(71c.f5c) 15:32:30:750 GetUserNameAndDomain Failed to impersonate user USERENV(71c.f5c) 15:32:30:750 GetUserDNSDomainName: Domain name is NT Authority.

Anyone out there have an explanation for this?

If anyone know what to do and how to restore my admininstrator priviledges on my main account, then plz help me because im stuck without knowledge on what to do. 0 Thanks Friday, September 16, 2011 12:04 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Please check the below for local login Associate the subnets to proper AD Site. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. Remove the >> file and the error returns. >> >> >> "Mark L.

If it is remote server then you can check subnet association and ports between PC and Domain Controller in local site. Can you list those softwares you are using, e.g. Hello and welcome to PC Review. navigate here Ferguson" <> wrote in message >> news:... >>>I would guess some virus or spyware was trying to write itself to that >>>file. >>> >>> -- >>> >>> Mark L.

not happen with windows 7 clients. Ferguson (NOT an MS-MVP) >> marfers notes for windows xp >> http://www.geocities.com/marfer_mvp/chatNotes.htm >> . >> "John Smith" <> wrote in message >> news:eZ%... >>> Hi all, >>> >>> Running XP SP2 Quote Mishra MIPS processor please Join Date Feb 2007 Location Ashburn, VA Posts 2,468 Certifications MCSA:2012, MCITP:EA/SA, MCSE 2003, MCTS: Vista, VCP4, AAS 07-18-200805:02 PM #8 Can you re-create the Exiting...

I'll stick with original explanation. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 ProcessGPOs: Extension Group Policy Shortcuts skipped because both deleted and changed GPO lists are empty. USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:812 LibMain: Process Name: C:\Program Files\OCS Inventory Agent\ocsinventory.exe USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:812 ImpersonateUser: Failed to impersonate user with 5. Nothing ever modifies the file, though.

My point is that XP does no create nor need an autoexec.bat file >> on >> a clean install, so what could possible be polling for it every few >> seconds? USERENV(534.4b8) 15:34:01:671 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:828 GetUserNameAndDomain Failed to impersonate user USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:828 GetUserDNSDomainName: Domain name is NT Authority. USERENV(3a8.3cc) 15:23:07:765 GetUserNameAndDomain Failed to impersonate user USERENV(3a8.3cc) 15:23:07:781 ImpersonateUser: Failed to impersonate user with 5.

I run firefox and am a fairly advanced computer user so I don't think it's that. Windows has trouble monitoring itself for security reason, performance reasons, and for long lost historical reasons. -- ---------------------------------------------------------- http://www.uscricket.com "John Smith" <> wrote in message news:... > OK. That's why it's in the userenv log because userenv looks for it at every logon for every user. I authenticate just fine to the domain...

http://geekswithblogs.net/DotNetCode...14/113937.aspx Quote bjaxx Senior Member Join Date May 2007 Posts 218 Certifications A+, MCP 70-270,70-290 Network+,Associates in Computer Network Systems 07-18-200805:20 PM #15 Originally Posted by RTmarc I also inherited Dos and >> Win16 programs may expect it. some times we have to instruct users to unplug the network cable until thier desktop appears. & once they are logged on, they cant access shared printers or folders. Quote RTmarc Senior Member Join Date Nov 2005 Location Birmingham, AL Posts 1,088 07-18-200805:29 PM #20 Originally Posted by bjaxx Originally Posted by bjaxx Originally Posted by undomiel You could

Quote bjaxx Senior Member Join Date May 2007 Posts 218 Certifications A+, MCP 70-270,70-290 Network+,Associates in Computer Network Systems 07-18-200804:50 PM #4 Originally Posted by Mishra Is this a single The > 354 marker in the original log entries is a hex value for process the ID > that made the entry. Can you list those softwares you are using, e.g. If I remove my empty > autoexec.bat file the error will again start logging in userenv.log every > few seconds.