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I am facing some problem in my network when users login in to the systems in the morning.Usually system is taking lot of time to load and show desktop icons. I can 5 to 10 min. but If I take the network cable out then it loads very fast..
Steps which I checked at my side are as
users are not login in to their systems simultaneously.

Please suggest what could be the reason because it is creating lot of trouble for me in the morning.

Regards
Gaurav Arora

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by:sasidhar_reddy
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got a few questions to ask

1) are roaming profiles enabled for the users.
2) do u have  domain controller available on you site.
3) if u have domain controller in your site is enabled with universal group caching.

please let me know the details.
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there is no roaming profile in the domain.
Yes we have a DC in site and if I am right then UGC is required if we have remote sites in place. but in my case all the usres are login to DC which is in the same site.

I have observed one more thing some time when desktop takes time to load and if I unplug the network cable then it loads very quickly.. what could be the reason. is this because of any Group policy.
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Few policies were running on the systems from DC, we checked those things and now every thing is fine. thanks for all your support.
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