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Citrix File Transfer Problem via VPN

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I have an issue running file transfers to a Citrix server via VPN.  When the Citrix client transfer smaller files, no problem.  When files are larger than 10MB or so, the file transfer hangs.  Have tried changing MTU on VPN client  but still no go.  Any ideas?
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Looks like the problem is with the NIC and/or protocol stack on the 64-bit machine.  32-bit systems seem to be fine, and the server only has problems receiving files -sending is ok.
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