> About this problem. Can you try this.
> Go into the properties of the network card on the server and look for
> something called 'Flow control'
> Try different setting in there and see if it helps.
> Vista defaults this off, try turning it on.
> Let me know if it helps.
Hi, thanks for the reply.
Unfortuantly I dont see that option in the advanced settings tab of my NIC (Intel PRO/100 VE) properties.
All I see is:
Coalesce Buffers = 8
Large Send = Enabled
Link Speed & Duplex = Auto Detect
Locally Administered Address = Not Present
Receive Buffers = 48
Transmit Control Blocks = 16
Is there anything in this list I might modify instead?
BTW, I ended up being able to get seamless RDP to work, sorta.
The "-s" is broken in Vista but if I enable "Hide and disable all items on the desktop" from Group Policy Editor and create a shortcut to seamlessrdpshell.exe (opening something like winver) it will launch the seamless shell. A socket seems to be created then where I can use "rdesktop -l <app>" to launch individual apps (so I guess that works).
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