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ProLiant 360 G6 running Windows 2008 SP2 and slow RDP Session

Scott Corbo
Occasional Visitor

ProLiant 360 G6 running Windows 2008 SP2 and slow RDP Session

I have been having a major problem after installing and configuring a new ProLiant DL360 G6 running Windows 2008 SP2 and that the RDP session is extremely slow. I have upgraded the firmware and drivers on the NIC cards to the latest version. I have followed instructions to disable the IPv4 Large Send Offload, all which did not resolve the problem.

This is frustrating as, if I were to access the server directly from the console, all is well. But any RDP session from any computer will have an extremely slow session.

Anyone experience this same problem or something similar.
3 REPLIES
marcus1234
Honored Contributor

Re: ProLiant 360 G6 running Windows 2008 SP2 and slow RDP Session

stick a hub in the back of it an d a laptop what happens now

down to basics
easiest wat to resolve such issues , in rD ek are u using option to make all resources local inc printer etc, could well be the issue try the options in there see wheat happen s

and then try (ITS Free)vnc server and client easy to use and can be installed as a service too



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marcus1234
Honored Contributor

Re: ProLiant 360 G6 running Windows 2008 SP2 and slow RDP Session

try rdp with a laptop and direct connection to see if issue is network related
Scott Corbo
Occasional Visitor

Re: ProLiant 360 G6 running Windows 2008 SP2 and slow RDP Session

Problem was resolved due to bad NIC card. Replaced NIC and problem resolved.