Just curious, has anyone tried using VNC to see if it helps. If I
remember correctly, VNC has the capability to refresh a subset of the
screen and hence may perform better.
On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 12:05 PM, Alexander Patterson
> We have the same issue here with the GIS software. It's due to RDP has to
> refresh the whole screen shot. The GIS software works much better with like
> a Cirtix or VMware VDI that doesVmware PCoip that only needs to fresh the
> parts thats being used.
> RDP does has it's down faults.
> On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 6:56 AM, Mike Haudenschild <m...@longsight.com>wrote:
>> Hi Amit,
>> 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
>> similar issues?
>> *Mike Haudenschild*
>> Education Systems Manager
>> Longsight Group
>> (740) 599-5005 x809
>> 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,
>> > of few tests resulted in poor performance on VCL. It could be the nature
>> > 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
>> > cause this.
>> > Thank you,
>> > Amit
> Alex Patterson
> User Support Services
> Operating System Analyst
> California State University, East Bay