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When using client logs into server, slow connect time, my documents not sync

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Hello Experts:
I installed an SBS Server with 3 users, and one of the PC has a quiet a few problems.
1. When logging into the domain, it take a minute or more to log in, and the windows opening sounds doesn't come on, but does so when logging in locally.
2. My Documents is 1. Not redirecting and 2. Half of the documents are not there
3. Slow logging into exchange as well, and problems opening attachements
4. Unable to properly join SBS, and I have attempted 3 times to do it correctly and uninstalled it correctly per Jeff@TechSoEasy procedure.

In closing, this PC is doing some weird stuff in joining the domain, but I can connect to shared drives, connect to it via terminal server as well.
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At this point a would try with a clean Installation.
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