The situation is I have been given the job to upgrade a Computer Room to Windows 7.
I have done a fresh install on one computer and added it to the Active Directory Domain, but when an account with a roaming profile logs in, 1 they cannot view their My Documents Folder (Set as H: Drive) and 2 It takes about 2 minutes to login where as Windows XP took 20 seconds (95% of the time gathering Security and Local Policy Settings).
From what I can tell it is a problem at the server end.
Here is the list of servers that it access:
Domain Controller / DNS / DHCP server - Windows Server 2003 (KEN)
File Storage Server - Windows Server 2000 (KA)
Am I right in saying Windows 7 doesn't like the Windows 2000 storage server?
I am planning on upgrading the Domain Controller to Windows Server 2008 R2 in the coming weeks, will this possibly fix the long login issue?