Three years ago I installed and setup a new SBS 2003 R2 server replacing an SBS 2000 one which I'd installed in 2001.
The 10 PCs that connect to it were all fine, taking them off the old domain and using http://servername/connectcomputer
to reconnect them. During the last three years all the PCs have been replaced, but one is running very slowly. This is a P4 3.2 clone, which I increased ftom 512Mb of PC3200 DDR to 1.5Gb today. It is running faster with the extra memory, but still noticably slow in Outlook 2007.
This is the only PC with Office 2007 (Pro version) and using Outlook 2007. All the others have the SBS Outlook 2003 with Office Pro 2000. It appears to take a long time to connect to Exchange server. The other progs seem ok, although slightly slower than I'd expect - could be my imagination!
The user who put on his laptop copy of Office 2007 (believe this is legal for a retail copy), had already installed the KB 950282 Microsoft patch.
Any ideas please.