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Disable visual effects in Terminal Service enviroment

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In Microsoft Terminal Service enviroment, each screen modification causes data (screen updates) to be sent from server to client.  It's very common to see a lot of internet pages with vídeo / transitions / annimations done in Flash, and it's not necessary to press none "Play" buttom in order to they start...

But this slows TOO MUCH overall Terminal Service performance. My questions are:

1) Is there a way do disable (in Flash Player ou in Browser) all flash effects that changes screen all the time ?

2) If not possible, how to block flash content based on homepage address or domain ?  

3) Is possible to "slow down" all effects in flash content ?  is there a better solution ?

Marcos
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Use firefox with the plugin noscript. Flash will be disabled and you can enable it in specific places as needed
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It would be better if only "visual effects / annination" could be disabled, letting everything else done in Flash still avaiable.
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