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|Source: Service Control Manager|
The following service is taking more than 16 minutes to start and may be hung: <service>
Contact your system administrator or service vendor for approximate startup times for this service.
If you think this service might be slowing system response or logon time talk to your system administrator about whether the service should be disabled until the problem is identified.
You may have to restart the computer in safe mode before you can disable the service.
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- Service: Symantec for Exchange - I had this problem with Symantec for Exchange. My server is a Windows 2003 Standard SP2 running Exchange 2003 SP2. When I restarted the server, the screen stayed in “Applying computer settings”. My solution was to set the Symantec for Exchange service to start manually. Then, I rebooted the server and the problem was solved.
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