I have a Windows AD network spread across three buildings about 300 feet apart. It is one flat AD domain. There is a Windows 2003 server in each building and they are all domain controllers. For some reason when several workstations log in they are running the login script from the netlogon directory on one of the servers in the other building. I would have assumed that since they each have a server in their respective building that their "home" server would be where the login script is ran. Do I have something set up wrong? Is their any way to specify which server is the workstations "home" server?
I am monitoring the network with 3Com Network Director and the only errors I get (on rare occassion) is the the DNS response time is high on these domain controllers. Any ideas?