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Hello,

I have 2 sites in my environment. Both on the same network and both running Windows Server 2012. At this point both sites are about equal in size (300-400 users) but the remote site is growing. Both sites have DC's that are on the same domain.

I have noticed that users are authenticating to both DC's approximately evenly. Is there a way to make it so users at my remote site autheticate to their local DC and vice versa?

Thanks.
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Bradley BishopAssociate Product DeveloperAsked:
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Mike ReeseSystems EngineerCommented:
Are your sites connected via VPN? If so, run a DCDIAG /test:DNS to see if you get any DCLocator errors. You may have an RDP issue due to a recent windows update problem.
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