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Experiancing slow Terminal Server connection to one server

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hi all,
I have a Vista Business computer that when connecting to one Terminal Server over the internet it is extremely slow. I connect to other 2003 servers and they are fine. If I connect to my internal server through RDP then from there I use RDP to this server it is fine. So it appears not to be my internet and it appears not to be the site, it appears to be my Vista. I tried other sites from Vista and they are fine. I have tried all settings and have checked my firewall.
The site has a Small Business Server 2003 R2. Any help would be appreciated.

Ray
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SBS 2003 R2 has a predefined vista group policy object that defines firewall policies for vista. Are you connecting to SBS in administration mode or a separate TS in application mode?
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I have found a solution here that worked written by jeffmace
Thanks Jeff
Expert Exchange Admin please close this case.

1. Open an elevated Command Prompt. (Do this by right-clicking the command prompt icon under Start>All Programs>Accessories and choosing "Run as Administrator.")
2. Type the following command into the command prompt, then press enter:
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
3.Close the command prompt by typing exit and pressing enter.
Once this has been performed, network connectivity should return to normal.
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