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Old 02-21-2008
Matt Campbell - Wappo
 

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Microsoft Vista Ultimate on SBS 2003
Hey,

I have a simple network consisting of a SBS 2003 server, and multiple winXP
SP2 machines... all is working fine and as it should. We went to add some
additional Vista Machines to the network and those machines have been plagued
with slow speeds in general touching anything on any of the network drives,
along with a 2-7min logon wait..

Any suggestions on where to start as I believe its all client side on the
vista machines, since the xp machines are still working flawlessly.

Thanks in advance,

Matt
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Old 02-22-2008
Robert L. \(MS-MVP\)
 

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Re: Microsoft Vista Ultimate on SBS 2003
I would check the DNS first. Any errors if using nslookup command?

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"Matt Campbell - Wappo" <Matt Campbell - Wappo@discussions.microsoft.com>
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> Hey,
>
> I have a simple network consisting of a SBS 2003 server, and multiple
> winXP
> SP2 machines... all is working fine and as it should. We went to add some
> additional Vista Machines to the network and those machines have been
> plagued
> with slow speeds in general touching anything on any of the network
> drives,
> along with a 2-7min logon wait..
>
> Any suggestions on where to start as I believe its all client side on the
> vista machines, since the xp machines are still working flawlessly.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Matt


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