Hey everyone first time posting, but I've got a good one.
Long story short -- we migrated from 2003 to 2011 (I didn't perform the migration) and the person who did it didn't move the user profiles correctly. The result was that user's PCs would slow down intermitently as exlorer tried to access a newtork share that did not exist. This continues to cause us problems and I'm not certain how to purge SBS 2011 of the source server so that client PCs will run smoothly again.
So basically the new server is named "NEWSERVER" yet user profiles continue to look for a path to "\\OLDSERVER." This causes all kinds of performance issues.
We've got around 20 computers and one server running SBS 2011, Exchange 2010 and that's outfitted with 32 GB of RAM and plenty of HD space.
One particular symptom I've noticed is that shared network drives are tremendously slow, and that it does not effect users who have had accounts created after the migration.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.