.ini Performance issue

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    Avatarjeremywatco
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    Having a really strange but totally reproducible issue.

    We currently have 15 x C10LE’s running various firmware versions (6.5 – 7.0_xx) and this issue has been confirmed on all firmware revisions.

    So heres the scoop. Reset terminal to factory defaults. Manually configure a RDP session to a machine (XP or Windows 7, both do it). RDP performance is pretty good.

    OK.. reset terminal to factory defaults. Put a blank wnos.ini file on our central FTP server and point the C10LE at it. Manually configure RDP session EXACTLY the same way… RDP performance is terrible (slow screen paints, unresponsiveness, etc.)

    Reason for the blank wnos.ini file is that we notice terrible performance and figured we had something configured wrong so we slowly tested every setting until we ended up with a blank file.

    Strange….

    So in summary.. with no ini file rdp session is pretty good. Soon as it reads .ini file (even blank) and it craps out.

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Wow, you are right. I have just replicted with a R10L.
    Can you open a call with Wyse about that?

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    #20385
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    Ask Wyse to get your hands on build 7.0.217. Looks like this is fixing it for me.

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    #20406
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    Thanks for the fast reply.

    We currently are on .217. Didn’t seem to fix it for us. Easiest way to tell is to open the start menu and move your mouse up and down so it highlights as it goes and you will notice a night and day difference immediately.

    We have a call open.

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