There will definitely be delays in screen refresh rates as a result of the
RDP connection, so if, for example, you're dragging a map or other objects
you may notice some lag. You might try adjusting Windows visual settings
for "best performance" from the System control panel.
There are also "performance" settings on the RDP client itself. Try
opening Remote Desktop Connection and manually entering the connection
information -- depending upon your platform, the RDP client settings for
performance will be in a different tab.
GIS software can also be doing a lot of number crunching. (Confirm the
specs in Windows System control panel on the client VM if you haven't
already to make sure the proper resources are assigned by VCL.) Have you
run any other applications in the VM/VCL environment that experience
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On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 09:40, Kumar, Amit H. <ahku...@odu.edu> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have run into issues of software(GIS) being slower on VCL as opposed to
> Laptop. Although I have 8GB RAM and 2 vCPU assigned for this VM, comparison
> of few tests resulted in poor performance on VCL. It could be the nature of
> GIS and RDP or something else.
> I have tried to isolate GIS vm's onto one blade and no other vm's end up
> on this blade.
> Any ideas or options on how could I track this down to identify what could
> cause this.
> Thank you,