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ZENworks 7 Desktop Managment loads slowly

ZENworks 7 Desktop Managment loads slowly

ZENworks 7 Desktop Managment loads slowly

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Hey guys.

I just installed 23 new computers in my lab.  I installed windows xp on them with Office XP and Groupwise.  After the user logs in, ZfD loads incredible slow.  It takes approximately 2 full minutes for the application window to come up.  Other PC's on the network load fine, it is only the lab.  Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance,

bayfox

RE: ZENworks 7 Desktop Managment loads slowly

Poor tree design can cause that. also searching for apps to the top of your tree. Lots of tree walking and so increased time to fully load.

It's hard to say what you need to do, but it could be pretty complex depending on your environment. Not understanding how your lab is in relationship to the rest of your network also leaves a lot of unknowns.



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