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So I have moved a PC to a separate OU in AD and applied policies one by one to rule out which GPO is causing the issue.
I have found it works for a short period time, next time I restart with the same policy slow speeds.
Of course, it also means that the user may log on and start working before the absolute latest policy settings have been applied to the system.
Depending on your environment, you may want to disable Fast Logon Optimization.
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