I have a fairly standard Windows Server 2012 R2 domain with Windows 10 Pro clients.
Pretty much everything has always worked well enough.
There was something that worried me at the beginning, many years ago, but that I since began to see as normal, but it recently occurred to me to confirm it.
Normal logins for most users are relatively quick: under 10 seconds for the slowest computers and most are under 5 seconds.
However, if a user is logging into a computer for the first time (i.e. it is the first time that user has logged into that specific computer) then that first login process can take quite a long time - anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes (possibly depending on the computer speed, but I'm not sure).
Any login after that first login is quick and snappy. I'm assuming that the delay is because the computer is setting up the users Domain profile on the local machine, but it still sometimes seems... excessive... to me.
What are your experiences with first-time logins?