If you set a policy to install a program, you wouldn't want this applied to a user who connects via RAS, as it may take hours to complete.
When a slow link is detected, the default behavior is:
Policies that are applied
Registry settings Security policies EFS recovery policy IP security
Policies that are not applied
Application Deployment Scripts Folder Redirection Disk QuotasYou can create or modify a Group Policy Object ( GPO) to alter this behavior. This example will use the Default Domain GPO:
1. Using the Active Directory Users and Computers Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, right-click your domain object and press Properties.
2. Select the Group Policy tab.
3. Select the Default Domain Policy and press Edit.
4. Navigate to Computer Configuration \ Administrative Templates \ System \ Group Policy.
The following default behaviors can be changed:
Folder redirection policy processing Disk quota policy processing Scripts policy processing EFS recovery policy processing Software installation policy processing IP security policy processing5. If you wish to allow scripts to run, double-click Scripts policy processing and check Enabled. Check the Allow processing across a slow network connection box and press OK.
6. Close the snap-in.