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Why is it so slow after I join domain?

  Asked By: Daryl    Date: Jan 19    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1606

After my computer has joined to a domain, why is it so slow to access thru a dashboard site? Even, if I access by using the same computer with the server?

But, if I login to my computer using my local username and password, the access time would be normal.

Running: SharePoint Portal Server 2001 on Win 2000 Server sp 4

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Terrance Vasquez     Answered On: Jan 19

Bandwidth of the network??????

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Darrin Massey     Answered On: Jan 19

I'm not sure what's the problem, because if I access
shared files or internal websites I do not encounter
this kind of problem.

SYMPTOMS:
1. When I login  using my domain  password (Windows
login) then the dashboard  Site become so slow  to
complete, even  after my first attempt to view
dashboard site, I can't view another page on the
dashboard site. My webpart (I built it using ASP)
couldn't show.

2. BUT, when I login using my local  Administrator
password (Windos login), then the Dashboard site  would
load normally..

Is there any security configuration to be done during
the deployment process?

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Jeffrey King     Answered On: Jan 19

Someone more familiar with SharePoint Portal Server 2001 will need to chip
in here. I'm not familiar enough with its security mechanism to comment
further. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 relies on IIS 6 for authentication.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Kendrick Townsend     Answered On: Jan 19

I've tried to configure IIS thru Default Web Site ->
Sharepoint Portal Server -> Right-click -> Permission
Wizard..

But I always get "Access Denied" although I'm sure
I've set my domain  user as Administrator to my local
machine..

 
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