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    symantec web security on a go slow

    Morning all, i'm having fun and games with symantec web security and i can't work out why, it just seems to take an age to display the login page, i have restarted server, services and had a look at the performance of the server and all seem ok, if i bypass the web security as admin it the net seems ok so its not a connection issue, any ideas??

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    Re: symantec web security on a go slow

    It appears that i needed to put the school fqdn in the dns suffix in the advanced tcip settings on the network card. I am not sure that they were there prior and it seemed to be working fine for the last three years or more but anyway that solved the problem.

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