roaming profiles - 2008R2 server

for all users roaming profiles working fine, except 3 users.  For 2 users, whenever they delete files , those files re appear again when they restart the computer.
For another user, logging to windows (welcome page ) takes around 15 mins to login and logoff takes same 15mins.
we just got roaming profiles deployed. profiles are going to network share in a 2008R2 server. we do not have folder redirection .
how do i troubleshoot this problem ? could any one help me with this plz

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if file are reappearing again, it means for those users roaming profiles are unable to download on workstation from server share
As a fact temp profile is loading I believe for those workstations, in that case whatever user delete from his profile is not getting synced to server share
U need to check connectivity issues between those workstations and domain controllers  and workstation + roaming profile share

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Mr.XAuthor Commented:
hi thanks for your reply
i think local profile is not synching to server, when user deletes a file it re appears again. another scenario is - when user copies file to a folder, then after restart, files is in both locations. (in the folder and also in the original location from where it is copied from.)
i checked the connectivity to server and the profile folder location. it all looks good.

In the profile share folder i can see folders with version numbers . for eg: user1.v1 , user1.v2, user1.v3    ? what does it "v" means ? why version is getting created? and should i delete v1 or should i just leave it ?
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