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Windows 7 joined to a domain

It looks all my windows  7 clients pinging time is higher after they join the windows server 2008 ?

any suggestion please  ….browsing is also taking some time  


thanks
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Habtom Tsegezeab
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Habtom Tsegezeab
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regevhaCommented:
As this question does not relate to programming, please remove it from the "Visual Basic Programming" zone
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Habtom TsegezeabAuthor Commented:
how do i remove it  please
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FeebleminderCommented:
Try a traceroute to see what your path is. Also make sure you aren't in a loop. That will cause latency in your systems.
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Habtom TsegezeabAuthor Commented:
The problem is happening only to my windows 7 clients and those who joined the server .Those who are not in the domain are ok . Xp clients are perfect . is there any thing that i have to check from the server side or from the clients side please .  I have checked speediest.net  to check the pinging time and it is very high
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FeebleminderCommented:
Have u tried disabling ipv6 an the network card?
Post an ipconfig of your XP machine and of your 7 from the command prompt.
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Habtom TsegezeabAuthor Commented:
yes i have disable the IPV6 from the network card .
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Habtom TsegezeabAuthor Commented:
the ipconfig command is showing me duplicated dns server addresses though
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Radhakrishnan RITCommented:
Have a look at this tech article www.sysprobs.com/windows-7-network-slow

"good luck"
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