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    Hello All,

    I have 3 file servers which has been configured in DMZ zone.

    The issue here is 20 second delay for some users to load the profile, i have around 30 users where only 6 to 7 users have only the logon delay

    The client is Windows XP SP3 and server is Windows 2003 R2 fully patched up using RDP for login servers

    There is no roaming profile or folder redirection configured . No events related to Authentication failure or something .

    Could any one suggest why this error for few users who are getting a delay of 20 seconds with blue background .

    Usernv does not show any errors .

    Regards
    Ronnie

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    wullieb1
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    #243310

    Re: Profile loading slow for some users

    What size are the users profiles???

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    wurzz
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    #383140

    Re: Profile loading slow for some users

    Its almost varying from 10 MB to 15 MB for different users

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    Stealth
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    #383731

    Re: Profile loading slow for some users

    “using RDP for login servers”
    you use terminal services on servers?

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    wurzz
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    #383141

    Re: Profile loading slow for some users

    This does not change the Issue . Its the same . RDP or Terminal server these happens ..

    We have these servers placed in DMZ zones .

    Regards
    Ronnie

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    Ossian
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    #185628

    Re: Profile loading slow for some users

    Can you confirm it is the TS Profile which is slow, and not the XP client profile?
    Is the profile (whichever one) roaming or local to the relevant machine?

    tehcamel
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    #358316

    Re: Profile loading slow for some users

    If it’s a problem when logging on to the XP clients, then I’d consider looking at DNS on those clients.

    IT’s also a question as to whether the profiles are roaming, or redirected profiles.

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