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Opening a file from server takking long time

Posted on 2009-07-11
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When I tried to opena file from the local server its taking  long time to open it. when i try that same file from the other system it open quickly . In that system i cleared all offline file contents , cookies,history , evrything i cleared also installed c leaner and removed all temp files and missed dlls.. still the same thing happened after that i tried incresing the virtial memeory i put the initial size as 2500mb and the max size to 3500.  still it shas no effect. After that i went to ms config and remoed unnecessary start up items also removed unnecessary serveices. Still no effect. What do you think the problem would be. The file is a pdf  drawings. Do u have any solution for this problem whether defragmenting would do ?? because i had done all posible things. is there any other way to solve this issue looking forward for ur reply
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by:erezone
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Try using foxit PDF reAder its small light and faster than Acrobat
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by:samithsukumar
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I think it has nothing to dela with Adobe reader . Because when i try the same file in other system it is opening quickly ..
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give it a try its free and less than 2MB
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Do this "faulty" system manage when you open different files from another stations?
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faulty system manage ?? I din get you point please explain ????
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Sorry for this confusion. I just meant station you have problem with when you trying to open files from the server.
Do you have problems when you open files from another computers?
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by:samithsukumar
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No I dont if i try to open that file from  another system it opens in few seconds only from that particular system i have problems . I tried increasing the virtual memory. also no results. Also I try to flush dns because  our network is connected to head office through VPN thats only for our ecahnge server.  LOcal server is present in the same site where the system is present . I am attaching the snap shot of the dos screen for "ipconfig /all"command . 10.249.0.1 that dns server is present in head office. 10.249.72.1 is the local server which i try to access.
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