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Measure of user login time?


does anyone have an idea how to measure the time that a user need to
login to a windows pc? Is there any KS out there for measurement of user

Every ideas are welcome.


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Re: Measure of user login time?

I recently saw a discussion about this on a different list and figured I'd
share some of the more general, non-answering thoughts that may help guide
your search.

First, what exactly counts as a login and when does that end? If you are
doing comparisons between OS's or versions of an OS how do you measure
when the entire login is complete? I ask because many of the responses I
have seen had wildly differing ideas of when a login was complete based on
using one version of an OS vs. another. Some are much better about
getting the desktop workspace showing up, even though it won't be another
minute or more until the system actually responds to user input. Others
seem to stall just after the login prompt for a bit, but as soon as
something really shows up the entire system is loaded and processor and
disk are idle. Of course all the usual discussions about comparing apples
and oranges in terms of installed software (on top of the OS) still
applies and that's usually expected, but these other subtleties were new
to me so maybe they will help others too.

Good luck.
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