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    Running Pars over forest trust

    We have two 2003 domains in seperate forests: curriculum and admin and would like to run Pars on the curriculum computers in the classrooms. I have setup up a forest trust and all is working well apart from the amount of time it takes for the Pars login screen to appear. Also the sims/setup directory is painfully slow to refresh across the trust.

    Have tried: -
    editing host.ini file
    removing AV, FW ect
    adding secondary DNS in NIC properties
    even moving computers about to test the cabling

    Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    PARS on curric server

    give us a bell on the support desk and we can point you in the right direction.
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