Active Directory Issue

Over a period of about 1 month, login,etc has gotten progressivle slower.  Nothing added or removed just keeps getting slower and slower.  
ycguy1117Asked:
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NJComputerNetworksCommented:
check event viewer... provide more detail... this post contains nothing for us to diagnose...  check disk space on server,...check memory usage, check task manager...
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ycguy1117Author Commented:
Will do, This is a Telework Center for George Mason University, thought I would check and see if any standard issues.  Will have to go there first.

Thanks
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NJComputerNetworksCommented:
No, sorry, there could be too many things going on that would cause your logon to slow down.

Here are some basic things to check:

1) check the event viewer of the domian controller for errors
2) Check the C:\ disk space on the DC
3) Check task manager... look for processes taking up CPU or memory.
4) Verify that this problem is happening for all clients.,..
5) check the network... for connectivity problems
6) run DCDIAG on the DC
7) Run NETDIAG on the DC
8) run NETDIAG on the clients.
9) Check the clients event log to see if there are errors
10) Review your group policies... have you implemented any software distrubutions through GPO's or logon scripts in the last month?

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