Something I noticed while testing logins on a workstation.. when logging in, the login script box pops up and says "You are attached to server FSU"... well that server happens to be located in UT and we're in CA. I'm not sure whats causing this.. and don't think its "set" anywhere to do such a thing. If it's an SLP thing, the config is below. I don't think its causing any problems, other than MAYBE a slightly lower login script processing.

C:\Users\Admin>slpinfo /a

Client for OES Service Location Diagnostic Utility
SLPInfo 5.0.99.2678


============ Directory Agents ============
DA IP Address Host Name
172.16.1.126 gwdomain.braytonlaw.com
172.16.1.2 172.16.1.2
172.16.9.1 fso.braytonlaw.com

=============== Scope List ===============
ASBSCOPE
DEFAULT

================= Trees ==================
Tree Name IP Address
LAW 172.16.1.126, 172.16.1.2, 172.16.25.1, 172.16.9.1

================ Servers =================
Server Name IP Address
FS4 172.16.1.2
FSO 172.16.9.1
fs-storage 172.16.1.125
FSU 172.16.25.1
gwasbpo 172.16.1.5
gwdomain 172.16.1.126
novpo 172.16.1.127
STORAGE 172.16.1.4