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I have a permanent VPN connection between two lans . In the main LAN  I have a SBS 2003, and in the second LAN i have five computers that I want to join to the server with active directory.

VPN use DSL connections (1 Mbps), then the bandwidth is limited. How can I optimized the computers client, to connect to the server. (When I try to connect with a new user account works fine, but when I try to connect with a user account from a migrate local account, the login process it's so slowly) I'm sure that I don't use roaming profile, and the folders in the server of the migrate account is empty.  Where is the problem with the slow migrated accounts??

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The proper way to join a workstation to an SBS domain is using http://<servername>/connectcomputer.  However, this method will not work over a VPN connection.  Instead you need to follow the workaround method described here:  
http://www.smallbizserver.net/Articles/tabid/266/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/83/Connecting-a-remote-workstation-to-a-domain.aspx

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