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Very slow RDWEB Access

Posted on 2014-02-23
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I have a 2012 r2 server running 1 host and two Hyper-v 2012 servers. One of the hyper-v servers is the RDWEB server. They have high speed internet but the access through rdweb from the outside is so slow it is almost unusable. I have 4 nics in the server but the Hyper-v are using the virtual switch configured on the only nic connecter to the network. Rdweb works but terribly slow.

 Microsoft wants me to pay for their help which I think is a piss poor way of supporting their product.
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How about RD WEB experience from internal network ?

Is it working slowly from there as well ?

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