I seem to be getting some unexpected behavior. Logons are slow
Office A with two samba4 DCs. Ucs3-pdc and ucs3-bdc
Office B with ucs-bdc2
I think I have a clearer understanding of the slowness of the logons of windows clients to the domain. I have implemented Microsoft’s bginfo app within my logon script. This allows me to display various statistics onto the desktop wallpaper. I have added the %logonserver% variable. It seems that some of the workstations in office A are using USC-bdc2 as the logonserver. Also, some of the workstations in Office B are using Ucs3-bdc as the logonserver. In other words, some workstations are logging in using a server in the other office.
Is there a simple way to get systems to map to local office’s dc rather that going to slower link to a dc in another office?