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XP Tablet ThinkPad Notebook X series runs very slow after vpn connection has been established on a windows server 2003
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Once a VPN is established, unless split DNS is used, you are using the Office Intenet speed, and not your own, so it may be slow compared to what you are used to at home.

do a speed check

speakeasy.net/speedtest


I hope this helps !
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