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slow log in

Hi
I am having an issue with slow log on speeds, i have enabled verbose logging through gpo to see where the issue is coming from it seems that folder redirection is causing the issue. Users are having to wait up to 5 minutes to access there machines. Any ideas on how this could be improved on?

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davidm27

8/22/2022 - Mon
Tony Giangreco

By enabling Verbose logging, you've added more load to the server. This is probably causing the slowdown. i suggest turning it off and performing maintenance on the server and workstations before re-enabling it again.
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How are you handling printers?  Printer drivers get loaded at login.
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cheers, the verbose logging doesn't seem to add much overhead it looks like it was the sync over the wan found a reg fix through that article to log in first without waiting for the drive connecting