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personal setting take long time to apply

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My LAN have a domain, but when user logon from a client computer, it's take a long time to apply personal setting. There are some clients experience this problem.
How can I fix that problem?
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Question by:nguyen_vantuananh
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make sure you have a correct dns entry in the preffered DNS under tcp/ip properties, this can cause the client machines to search the whole network for a master dns if not specified.
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by:chad
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are you using roaming profiles?  
if so, look into home folders and folder redirection for my docs folder.  
every logon, all info has to be downloaded from server to local machine... logoff vice versa.

also, delete any temp and temp internet files... those are stored in each profile and build quickly.  Set to delete tif at log off.
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