I have a group policy to redirect user folders but noticed how much it slows the login process down. In my case it adds @ 30 seconds to the login as seen through the event viewer application logs. The logs show when the process of redirecting folders starts and ends and it's consistently in the 30 second range. The redirection works fine.
I was wondering if I really need to redirect user folders on each login. Once it's done the first time is there a need to keep reapplying the policy? If not, how can I go about applying the policy once and be done with it?
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