changing user profile path

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Domain Controller
IBM Servers
Multiple Domain Controllers
hello

we have two servers the first one dc (domain controller) and the second one is adc(addtional domian controller). this two servers are geographically located in diffrent areas.

 

we have 300 users / all the user default file location is getting synchronized with adc resulting in using high bandwidth. but i want to be synchronized with dc located locally.

the secongd problem is when i installed the ms-office here also i am getting the same problem the default file location it is showing as \serveradcusernamemydocuments  as a result every time it tries to connect to adc..

i can check this by going to tab TOOLS->OPTIONS->GENRAL or file location.

i want every thing should be done locally from dc.



Software/Hardware used:
ibm servers

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  • jinteik
    last time, what we did is we have an AD server at each side, but the main AD still sits in HQ.by having the AD on each local side, it will allow the user to login faster...by this way it will not eat any bandwidth from 1 place to another.
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