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Windows 7 slow logon domain

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Our logon with win7 ent sp1 Clients the logon is slow. We already checked the boot, gpo and autostart.

By checking one by one gpo we founf out that the Default Domain policy is dramaticly raise the time. The funny Thing is that this policy is a real Default policy. Nothing changed since the Domain was installed. All changes are made by additional gpo. In sum 15 gpos. They are seperated by Computer and user policys with disabling the not used part.

We are talking about 10 min to 25 min for the logon only. so where you enter the Password until you see the Desktop. There is no syncing of files aktive neither any copyjob.

Can someone give a hint in which direction we can go on searching?
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This update (hotfix) helped us with that issue

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2617858
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