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Are you using any folder redirection / mapping profiles to network share group policies? This can greatly slow down the logon if you're processing a large profile.
If you don't know, open a command prompt and type in "RSOP" and wait for the report to show on your screen. Browse down ot user configuration/windows settings/folder redirection and if you see anything there, there's your culprit.
Check the latency from the authenticated server and To ensure the best user experience, enable the Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon policy setting. This setting is in the Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Logon node of the Group Policy Object Editor.
enable do not detect slow connection- If you enable this policy, the system does not detect slow connections or recognize any connections as being slow. As a result, the system does not respond to slow connections to user profiles and it ignores the policies that tell the system how to respond to a slow connection.
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