|04 May 2012||#1|
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Slow boot with Microsoft's Client for NFS enabled
With Client for NFS enabled, it takes about 8 - 10 minutes after I enter my logon credentials before startup progress through the "Welcome" screen, etc. and displays the Desktop.
I've isolated it specifically to Microsoft's Client for NFS - which I use for certain functions related to a Linux server. I need it enabled, but I don't want to wait for 10 minutes to use my PC every time I have to start or restart.
Any ideas? Someplace to set timeouts?
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