C10LE Performance / Screen Paints

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    jeremywatco
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    Hi there,

    I have a fleet of C10LE’s that have always had some performance issues. Basically they seem “clunky”, or slow when it comes to screen painting/drawing.

    Perfect example… open internet explorer, go to google, start typing with the new google auto search thingy and the machine just lags. A second or two between letters.

    We RDP directly into Windows 7 & XP VM’s running on VMWare. They have always been poor performers in this area.

    Any ideas? The example above isnt the only issue but its a perfect example of the type of clunkyness I am talking about.

    Full Gigabit Network, all VM’s and ThinClients in same building/subnet.

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    ConfGen
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    Which firmware and post your wnos.ini.

    CG

    #20586
    jeremywatco
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    Firmware: 7.0_217

    WNOS.ini:

    #Auto Power On Terminal Regardless
    AutoPower=yes

    #Desktop Color Depth
    DesktopColorDepth=32

    #Domain list
    DomainList=”MYDOMAIN”

    #Login Box Logo
    FormURL=brig_logo.jpg

    #Disable Services
    Service=snmpd disable=yes
    Service=thinprint disable=yes
    Service=wdm disable=yes

    #TCX Info
    TCXLicense=XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

    #AutoSign Off
    AutoSignOff=yes

    Privilege=high EnableTrace=yes

    SessionConfig=All MouseQueueTimer=0

    SysMode=vdi

    USERNAME.ini:

    Resolution=DDC Refresh=60
    connect=rdp
    description=”Connecting…”
    Host=”vdi-“$UN
    icon=rdp.bmp
    UserName=$UN
    Password=$PW
    domainname=$DN
    Colors=true
    Fullscreen=1
    autoconnect=1
    LocalCopy=No

    #20588
    ConfGen
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    Against what server are you authenticating?

    CG

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