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Users in our China office are experiencing extreme lag when using remote desktop and OWA. Other websites like hotmail are not affected. Broadband is through the local Chinese telecom. Thinking of configuring a VPN for them. Any one out there encounter something similar? Thank you.
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We have several branch offices in coutrys like china, poland and usa wicht have big latency issues. We have solved this by implementing Citrix that reduces bandwith usage and also is bether configured for high latency. Run a tracert and you can find where the latency layes.

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Thank you for your response, implementing Citrix would not be an option at this time. The tracert showed the highest latency when the traffic hit China Telecoms backbone.
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