When opening Office 2003 documents on two machines running Windows 7 and either Office 2007 or Office 2010 (machines were upgraded to see if fix plus to resolve another issue) then takes over 30 seconds to open - at the bottom it says downloading the file.
It opens xlsx and docx files fine
If you copy the file locally then it opens instantly
Have tested other machines running Windows XP and Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 2010 and all loads fine
Have disabled the AV - same thing
Have investigated how it opens the file and tried with /e "%1"... but same thing
Have changed default printer to not bea network one - same thing
Have tried opening the file within the program rather than double clicking - same thing
Have tried logging on as Administrator user - same thing
Have removed all mapped drives with net use * /delete in case that - same thing
To try and reproduce the problem here have same thing with Windows 7 and Office 2007 and same AV and loads up straight away
Experts - please share any ideas cause I'm stumped - thanks
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