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A slow network connection is detected

By andrew.myers ·
There are four servers that I can log into, two Windows Server 2003 and two Windows Server 2008, all at the same location. When I log into the Domain Controller I get the:

A slow network connection is detected for the roaming profile [my profile] it will not be synchronized with the profile on this computer.

On all the other servers there is no problem.

Any ideas?

Andrew

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If you ping the DC, what kind of response time do you get?

by robo_dev In reply to A slow network connection ...

The definition of 'slow' in this case is less than 500kbits-sec and longer than 120 ms ping time.

"Slow network connection timeout for user profiles"
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc975877.aspx


Any normal functioning LAN should give you response time that is much faster than that.

At a high level, I would guess that there is some sort of LAN misconfiguration between your PC and the DC, but obviously that could be a multitude of different causes and solutions.

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I am using a Remote Desktop Connection

by andrew.myers In reply to If you ping the DC, what ...

I should have explained better, I am using a Remote Desktop Connection to all four servers. The DC is the only one to give that message, even though my profile is held on that machine.
If I ping the router I get 63ms average.

Andrew

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