Webpages loads slow in broswers for domain joined PCs.

Manshood K Moideen 21 Reputation points


We have an Active Directory setup with 2 DCs. One PDC & ADC. We've hosted a web server in the cloud. When we try to access the website on standalone PCs(not domain joined) the website loads very fast(around 3-4 secs). But on our domain joined PCs it's taking longer to load(more than 1 min). Tried with both Edge & Chrome and both are giving the same issue. Firefox is a little better compared to Edge & Chrome on domain-joined PCs. What will be causing the issue? How can I rectify the issue?

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  1. JimmySalian-2011 41,916 Reputation points


    Thank you for asking this question on the Microsoft Q&A Platform.

    Can you please check if you have setup the DNS IP address in the Network Connections on the devices and if they are pointing to correct DNS servers, also can you check if the time on the device is correct?

    Further checks can be to setup a new account and test with a blank new profile, do you have Proxy server or it is directly connected to the Internet so please provide this info.

    Also check if there are any GPOs that set some restrictions and if the Network based Antivirus or the device AV is taking up resources?


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  2. Bjoern Peters 8,781 Reputation points

    According to your last post...

    There should be an option in TM Apex to safelist your domain/url/dns to be excluded from extensive checking.
    (I am not an TM expert)
    Maybe you can read more about this here:

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  3. Limitless Technology 39,351 Reputation points

    Hello there,

    Do you have any specific GPO that is applied to Domain PC ?

    By executing the command gpresult.exe, the administrator of the OS can locate the group policies applied on the computer along with the redirected folders and the registry settings on that system.

    Also check if you have any firewall rule on the domain PC, Some of the other common causes of the problem with slow web browsing or web browser taking a long time start could be: Cluttered temporary Internet files. Malware infection. Unwanted browser add-ons or extensions.


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