Mark had a problem with his local and remote site boundaries
His Active Directory site was defined within “Site Boundaries”. He has Included site boundaries within the local roaming boundaries of this site in the “Roaming Boundaries” check box and wanted to define one TCP/IP subnet to be a remote roaming boundary. he wanted to know which TCP/IP subnet would take precedence over the AD site
Well I scanned through the Configuration guide for Advanced client roaming and found this:
If you have an Active Directory site that includes a mixture of fast and slow subnets, specify the Active Directory site as a local roaming boundary, but also add the individual slow subnets and mark them as remote roaming boundaries. Remote settings take precedence over local settings.
So now I know. Sorry for taking so long to get back to you Mark…well it was a long document to read🙂