rdp session cross country

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rdp session cross country

Postby smurfjesse » Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:04 pm

hello aka,

do you have some configuration tips or other tips for better perfomance cross country? like the netherlands / germany. we have some trouble with slow pdf and outlook clients.
would like to hear from you!

regards,

jesse

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Re: rdp session cross country

Postby aka » Fri Apr 27, 2012 10:01 am

To improve graphic perfomance specify rdpcompression=on, bpp=16 parameters and do not enable desktop wallpapers. Is that what you are talking about?

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Re: rdp session cross country

Postby smurfjesse » Tue May 15, 2012 11:32 am

jup we already did that.
is that realy it?
and how can you check if it is really compresed?

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Re: rdp session cross country

Postby aka » Wed May 16, 2012 9:02 am

In 2003 server,
1. Open Terminal Services Manager fullscreen maximized.
2. Display session status.
3. Press "Reset Counters".
4. Minimize to tray and maximize window five times. Here is a counters:

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without rdpcompression
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5. Reset terminal and repeat with rdpcompression=on in config file. Here are counters:

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rdpcompression=on
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Outgoing is traffic from server to client. The same frames counts mean experiment is quite clean: server sends similar amount of drawing commands both times. With rdpcompression=on we got twice less total bytes and twice less bytes per frame. Do not look at "compression ratio" line, it's another compresion level.


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