Connection to a virtual server ping results pretty slow - Best Practices

We have a network of about 6 workstations, and we have a server 2012 r2 setup. The machine is setup with Hyper-v and we have a virtual server which is the DC, DHCP SERVER, DNS SERVER. On this server we shared a folder called DMPRO which contains an inventory software. Well access to this inventory software is very laggy. After a continuous ping on the virtual server I saw that the ping time ranged from 65MS to 180MS. Now the server itself pings at a 1MS.

I don't often use Virtual Machines, but what is best practices to ensure optimal speed in this case?
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MikeIT ManagerCommented:
If you have Broadcom NICs disable Virtual Machine Queuing.

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Worked perfectly
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