V10L – Win 7, View 4.6 Slow log on times

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    AvatarWYSEGUY66
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    The PCOIP R50L takes 10.4 seconds to logon to the Windows 7 VM.

    The V10L takes 2.58.9 minutes to logon, not toggling the PCOIP setting in View 4.6.

    The V10L takes 2.50.3 minutes to logon, toggling the PCOIP setting to RDP in View 4.6.

    Has anyone else experienced this issue and or have a fix for it?

    I’m using WTOS 7.0_113 which has RDP for Windows 7.

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    How long does it take R50 to logon using RDP (toggling and not toggling default protocol)? How long does it take V10L to logon (via RDP of course) directly to the same VM (using IP or its name)?

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    It ended up being something on my image. It was taking the same amount of time to logon via the Vmware console as well. I checked out my base image and it doesn’t affect the base image. It must be something on my test image that is hanging it up. The 10 sec time must have been from a disconnected state rather than a logged off state I’m assuming. I haven’t been able to replicate that time again and R50L and V10L has been consistant at around 2:50 – 3:00 minutes to logon.

    On my base image it’s around 30 seconds or less to logon which is acceptable.

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    It ended up being something on my image. It was taking the same amount of time to logon via the Vmware console as well. I checked out my base image and it doesn’t affect the base image. It must be something on my test image that is hanging it up. The 10 sec time must have been from a disconnected state rather than a logged off state I’m assuming. I haven’t been able to replicate that time again and R50L and V10L has been consistant at around 2:50 – 3:00 minutes to logon.

    On my base image it’s around 30 seconds or less to logon which is acceptable.

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    Usually I have longer connection times when VM is powered off but… sometimes (and not too rare) VM is on but not – I’d say – registered in VMView. It can ping terminal and other machines but nobody can ping it. The problem goes away after VM restart. Probably something is wrong with VMView setup (I don’t have a lot of experience with it) but I never had such things with XenDesktop. In any case I moved away the idea of connecting to the same VM by PCoIP now and by RDP at the next moment: ThinOS can’t use USB virtualizer which is in View agent while installing TCX USB virtualizer on VM with PCoIP may also cause USB problems. Maybe I’m wrong…

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