QOS Packet Scheduler

Posted on 2009-02-10
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Is it common practice to install QOS packet scheduler on the NIC card of a Domain Controller?? If so, will this increase authentication times??
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rionroc earned 2000 total points
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QOS packet scheduler is installed by default in any Ethernet device connection items.
If you removed this from Ethernet connection items, is OK, but only if you are a standalone computer connecting to the internet.

Removing QOS packet scheduler, boost Ethernet performance up to 10% only.  But it is not recommended.
If you remove QOS packet scheduler, it can cause a possible corrupted files upon downloads(not all the time, it depends on your internet connection also.

My recommendation: Test it.

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