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Adobe 9 pro scrowling is very slow on terminal server session on windows 2003 r2 enterprise edition

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Pdf files scrowling is very slow and choppy when opening  using adobe acrobat 9 pro on terminal server session on a windows 2003 r2 endterprise edition sp2.
The server has 2 Intel xeon x5667 3.07 ghz processor with 12gb ram. The scrowling is fine on the console (on the server) or terminal sessions locally next to the server but is extremely slow when scrowling on a remote session that's done with 2 t1 3mb.
All other apps work fine on remote sessions, I will appreciate if somebody can tell me how I can increase the speed of scrowling on remote sessions.
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Hi,

You could give this a go... I've heard it helps with win vista and 7 in some cases.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947239



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when I try to install the fix it on win 7 doesn't work. Will this work only with Win 7? any solution for xp
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Had to try other solutions
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