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Windows 7 slow connection to 2003 server

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I have a client on a Windows 2003 based network who just added a new Windows 7 PC.  We have found that connections from this new PC to one server are extremely slow.  Connections from other PCs are fine and connections from this PC to other servers are fine.  Running Wireshark on the server shows a 10 second delay between the time share enumeration is requested and the response is sent.  I am looking for any similar experiences or ideas what to look for.

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Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz earned 500 total points
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Try to disable SMB2 and IPv6 if no use it.
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See if it makes any difference by changing the link speed to manually set to

1GB Full Duplex (assuming you have gigabyte NIC on the PC) if not 100MB Full Duplex.

You can set this by going to properties of your Local Area Network Connection and in the device go to properties and there should be list of settings you can set.
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