New windows R2 2003 server slow to access over LAN


Hi Guys

We are a small software development company in Australia ( OZ ) & we have
just installed our 1st Windows R2 2003 server with AD/DNS configured as we
need to develop software to integrate with AD.

When we access resources locally the server is very quick, this is a new
computer with 2gb RAM & 160gb hard disk which has less than 10gbs of disk
space used.

We have searched the forums & the web to help solve a problem when we access
this new server via the LAN. It responds very slowly !!!!

One entry we found

seems to have an identical issue.

We tried to issue the commands
netsh interface tcp set global rss=disabled
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled

Both of these gave us a syntax error :(

We tried the registry updates


EnableRSS was present & set to 0

DisableTaskOffload was not present & we set to to 1 & rebooted

We cannot find anything that has helped does anyone know of anything else we
can try ?


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