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Remote Web Workplace logon slow for normal users but fast for Domain Admins

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We're using Remote Web Workplace on SBS 2003.  It used to work great, but about two weeks ago, the logon started taking a long time for all of my regular Users.  The few people that are Domain Admins can still log on quickly, but everyone else is having to wait 1 to 5 minutes for the logon to complete.  I think it is an active directory or group policy issue, but not sure exactly what setting to change to fix this.
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Is the copy of SBS Activated?
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Please have a thorough read of a thread posted over on Google Gropus with exactly the same scenario as you: http://snipurl.com/mcyu

Hopefully that will help fix your problem.
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Thanks, tigermatt.  You're a much better sleuth than I.  That link did the trick.  Apparently one of the other IT guys was doing some testing with Servers on Virtual PC, and they were still listed in the Server Computer list but they were not active.
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