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My Documents Redirection

By asalive ·
My office would like to start having all users My Documents folders stored on a network drive. I know how to, and have set this up on a test group within Active Directory. The issues i am experiencing is EXTREMELY long login times. It took my machine over an hour to login this moring. Before i can impliment this to the rest of the office i need to fine a fix. I figured the first time i logged in it would take a while, but today was Day 3 since i created this policy, and it is still taking that long. Any thoughs or suggestions you all may have will be greatly appreciated.

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Try This....

by Wizard-09 In reply to My Documents Redirection

I would create a new profile on the machine in question log it onto the domain, after logging onto the domain add the user to the OU that applies the GPO, log in again and see how long it takes, it may just be that the profile you are using is messed up.

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by asalive In reply to Try This....

Thanks T? your suggestion put me on the right path. I found there was a bad file that was causing the sync process to hang up. Once the file was removed from the folder everything worked like a charm.

Thanks again.

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by Wizard-09 In reply to RESOLVED

Glad that I could help you out on this one.

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