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Non admin users slow log on and off of terminal server sessions Server 2003 R2

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When logging into and out of terminal server sessions in Windows Server 2003 R2,administrators get in and out very quickly. Non admin users take ages loading personal settings every time they log on and the log off process takes over a minute. I noticed non admin users are part of a group policy
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by:Jay_Jay70
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chillicom,

what policy settings are being applied, this will be whats slowing it down....

Regards,

James
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There must be a folder restiction somewhere that they are trying to access during their logon and off, and they don't have the proper security settings to be able to read and write from. I had that same problem.
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