I'm having a few issues with a specific GPO that's causing 5+ minute delays on logins (not just initial logins either). The server is running Windows Server 2012
I'm adding printers under Users\Control Panel\Printers (GPP), and I have a specific group of users who need access to all printers which is about 20 or so printers at this stage.
I've added one entry in the GPP page for one printer, so I have around 20 GPP entries. I am not running any item level filtering, they should be a straight mapping.
I have confirmed that each printer is successful in the GP results report.
There are four universal printer drivers that are needed (4 brands of printers in the mix of 20, all on universal drivers), so it's not like there are hundreds of mb's to transfer for each login.
Any ideas what could explain the slow logon time? Or should I just resort to logon scripts to map these printers instead.
Drivers and versions in use:
Lexmark Universal v2 126.96.36.199
Samsung Universal Print Driver 188.8.131.52
HP Universal Printing PCL 6 (v5.6.0) 184.108.40.20630
KX DRIVER for Universal Printing 6.0.2212.0