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we have windows 2003 domain. we have so many OU's and we created group policies. we are facing different issues like, some of the users who is having admin rights able to work with no issues. but some of the users who doesnt have admin access, they are unable to work normally. after log on to system and working for 20 / 30 min the system getting hanged for the users.

please help me.
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Is it trying to apply group for 20-30 minutes or is something else happening?  What are seeing in your event logs?

Start with some of the steps in the blog here

http://adfordummiez.com/?p=86 

I left some suggestions in the comments but the two DS team blogs are good.

Thanks

Mike
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