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I'm wondering how windows server redirect perfomance

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I'm wondering how windows server redirect perfomance.

For Example:

Fileserver and Terminalserver. Onto the Terminalserver connecting 2 Networkshares (i.g. L: and Z:) which are on different hard disks on Fileserver (NTFS Volumes).

If I start a File copy (cmd, powershell or what ever) from Terminalserver from L: to Z: in performance Monitor there is a big load on File (Network-Card, Filesystem) and Terminalserver (process itself)

I supposed that the primary File copy it's explained on Fileserver (Network Redirector) and I'm wondering where the load on Terminalserver is caused. it is real free of charge to have load on Terminalserver isn't it?

thanks for the enlightenment
reredok
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