Thought I might as well ask as someone might have come across this problem. We have in our organisation three servers in the UK (DC, Terminal Server and Database Server). We have recently opened an office in China and they connect using Remote Desktops to the system. The problem is the internet speed there is very slow and they keep complaining about this. I thought that Remote Desktops were designed to run over a 56k connection and they are on around 1Mb-2Mb so this should not be an issue.
The cost of upgrading to a direct connection to the UK is 1-2K per month so that is out of the question
Someone mentioned that by using a VPN connection would help is that correct?
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