Help urgently needed! -User profile takes a long time to load and the rest of the screen with the message "Please wait loading profile service user.

Hello

Every time that connect us to servers of TS farm, the profile of the user load for a long time and she stays with a message "Please wait for the user profile service" for longer than 5-6 minutes. We work in two areas which is configured as "an endorsement of forest transitive way." The domain (domain A) with TS farms hence connect us a cross forest profile disabled so we cannot load the roaming profile in this area, whereas another domain (domain B) roaming profile user's roaming profile.

Also in the directory the Active directory of the domain B, TS/RDS settings is enabled for the problematic profile.

TS / RDS--> roaming profile path and TS home folder is configured. TS/RDS settings is configured because we use other farms of machines/TS citrix other than the one in which there is problem.

When disable us TS/RDS of the directory settings active directory domain B, then it is extracted to improvement in time. But we're in a situation were we cannot disable TS/RDS settings as we use other Citrix machines also. So we tried configuration GPO in A TS domain as

Which allows to "allow only the local user profile".

Allowing 'profiles itinerant Prevent password propagation to the server.

This allows to "Allow asynchronous user group policy processing when you connect via Terminal Server Services"

But still, there is no improvement in the time taken by the server to connect. What is the adjustment to make in the field of A TS, such that he will not try to charge the roaming of the B domain user profile, even if TS/RDS settings for the user profile are configured?

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