Windows 8.1 Logon Scripts Runs 5 Minutes Delayed

In Windows 8.1 Microsoft made a bigger change related to desktop performance.

By default Users logon scripts is 5 minutes delayed.

To disabled or reduce the delay between user logon and when the scripts run, find this policy in Group policy Editor

“Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\System\Group Policy\Configure Logon Script Delay”

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  1. Thanks for the reminder, Lars. I saw this come through in my RSS feeds and it reminded me to make the change to our Windows 8.1 SOE GPO.

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