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Registry setting to increse the time interval between Login Screen and Desktop load

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I created the process which is hook to launch just before the Desktop appears and after the login credentials are entered by the machine owner.In Xp it is giving the expected result i.e. my process is running properly .. can say surely because the UI Interface of the executable is appearing before desktop appears.
But in Windows server 2008 .. It seems to be not working because no UI interface is appearing when user is logging in . Why this is happing so..?

My guess is - Completion time for the process i.e. wait for exit time may be longer that the duration between Appearing Login window and the desktop loads..

If My this understanding is true.. Can anyone tell me "How can I increse the time interval between Login Screen appears and Desktop loads.." .. is there exists any registry entry for this ..?

Sep 29 '08 #1
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Curtis Rutland
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