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Performance related to Group Policy

Posted on 2003-12-11
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We are in the process of implementing Group Policy in Active Directory on Win2K servers.  I would like to know the network and workstation login performance that is affected by configuring and linking group policies.
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What specifically are you looking for?
if you set group polices with lots of addins (always pushing down programs) and extra features to load - slower performance at logon.
If you have many pc's and different subnets, have a dc for each subnet.  so authentication is local and nor remote.  this increases performance.
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