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280 G2 Microtower Netlogon Event ID 5719 When Using SSD

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HP 280 G2 Microtower PC
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello,

 

I am currently testing the 280 G2 desktop for a desktop refresh, but I have come across a problem.

 

The 280 G2 has an OEM SANDISK 256GB Z400 SSD.

 

I'm using MDT to deploy Win7 x64 to the device which all works correctly.

 

After each reboot, I see the Netlogon 5719 (no logon servers available) Event. This causes no problems during the build.

 

However, when the computer is booted and I immediately logon on receiving the CTRL+ALT+DEL prompt, I get the cached copy of the user profile and the Intranet web page (configured in startup) fails to load.

 

The 5719 event and the above problem are caused by the NIC not being initialised yet.

 

I've tested this with a HDD (normal spinning disk drive) and do not get this error. So I have concluded that the faster speed of the SSD is causing some kind of race condition which loads the OS, but then has to wait for the physical NIC (integrated Realtek GBE 8111G) to be made ready.

 

I have got around this by configuring GPO to wait for the network on logon and loading the users profile - it works but its not a great solution IMHO.

 

Has anyone had the same problem?, is there anything that can be done to make the NIC respond faster?

 

Thanks and regards,

YYo

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