[THIN] Re: RDP faster than ICA

Are you mapping drives or printers within ICA?
If so, it is not a surprise that RDP login is faster.

ALEX


>From: Adam_Baum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Reply-To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [THIN] RDP faster than ICA
>Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 08:32:28 -0700
>
>
>HI Folks,
>
>A few days ago I posted about RDP being faster than ICA.  I got a few
>responses asking where, how, etc.   Here is the first set of results from
>testing.
>
>The most noticeable difference is during logon.  I am running W2K SP2, XPe
>FR2 on a dual-homed system.  One NIC is connected to my internal network,
>the other is connected to the Internet.  The internal NIC registers in
>WINS, the Internet NIC does not.  I have configured both NICS for their
>respective TCP/IP settings.  Internet connectivity shows no difference in
>performance.  When connecting from the internal side, RDP comes back with a
>login prompt within 5 seconds.  It takes 23 seconds for ICA.  I have
>enabled/disabled the various listeners for the server to see if they have
>an effect.  The normal setting is with IPX and Netbios listeners disabled.
>Tweaking these settings has shown no noticeable difference.  This server is
>not used, two people tops.  I am in the testing phase before I roll it out.
>
>  adam
>
>
>
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