Server 2008 Terminal Servicer user SLOW login and access to mapped network drive to server 2003
Posted on 2012-03-26
I've added a windows server 2008 terminal server to a windows server 2003 domain. When RDPing into ts2008 from lan or logging in at the console the logon script (which resides on the 2003 DC, NETLOGON share) takes a while to start (well after desktop is displayed), and then runs very slowly. The script simply deletes 5 drives net use f: /delete..... and then maps 5 drives net use f: \\appsrv01\path
During RDP Logon when the script finally starts, takes about 40 seconds to complete.
Once logged on, if the script is run manually, takes about 2 seconds, but access to files over the mapped drive(s) is slow.
Loading programs from our app server through the mapped drive takes Minutes rather than seconds.
The 2008 TS will replace our current 2003 TS, which has the same logon script, same mappings but everything smooth and fast....
Any advice? or more info required? Perhaps a DNS problems but DNS looks OK
...scratching my head