Device (Desktop, laptop or virtual machine) is taking more than twice the time to boot into logon screen from average same type device booting time in your environment.
|USER EXPERIENCE IMPACT||Medium|
|ALERT ID||7E32A0F5-1D18-46C3-B5E0-95E65BF83A0B (desktop)
What causes this alert/warning?
Boot time is calculated from the device start to the point where login screen is shown. In newer Windows devices time is measured from boot performance metrics as reported by the Operating System, other cases from the startup time of (first) logon-process. It represents the time from when Windows considers boot to start to the point where user can login to device.
If device boot time is more than twice the average boot time of the same type devices in environment then this alert is shown.
Boot time more than twice the average for the same device type.
How should I react?
If your Windows 10 PC is booting slowly, there might be problems with your hardware or software. Use the Windows 10 Startup Manager to disable the apps that might cause the Windows 10 slow startup issues. Updating BIOS might solve the slow boot problem. GPU drivers should also be up to date.
In the Active Directory environment, if synchronous Group Policy processing is enabled make sure that the GPOs are processed in the timely manner.
You can troubleshoot and trace boot performance issues with Windows Performance Toolkit (xperf) that can reveal in detail what part of the boot process is taking most of the time.
Which resources are effected?
In device dashboard clicking the alert name, in alert list, filters the dashboard device list to contain all devices with the same alert.
Clicking 'Show more' link in the alert box expands the container to show the list of all affected devices with the same alert.
"Device is having long boot time to logon"