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GP Prefs Printers hang logon sessions

We have a 2008 Terminal Server, and while local connections work fine, those from a distance hang for a VERY long time while processing Group Policy.  We've narrowed this down to the printers being processed as part of GP prefs, but even after trying slow-link detection/loopback processing, and checking the "Stop process if errors occur" checkbox our issue persists.

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Kentrix70Commented:
You should use extended debugging for find out, what is going on.

Check this link out.

There is some differences from Windows 2003 to Windows 2008 regarding what to do and where to look.

http://searchwindowsserver.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid68_gci1294555,00.html

I hope this will help you in the right direction.

/Kent.
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