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SSMS response time different for different users

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for 4 users on the same floor, network, computer hardware setup etc 3 of them are able to hit a query at 25seconds.. the other one takes 2 minutes to return the same resultset from the same server/query..

what could be wrong for that one user?

(2008 R2 SSMS SP1)
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Hi,

Just a stray thought, but do check which edition of SSMS - 32bit or 64bit.

Regards
  David
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