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Re: Slow speeds when logged in over remote desktop from outside
So this is interesting. When I look at the bandwidth (I am logged in via RDP from work), as you had suggested, it shows me the interface speed of 10 Mbps and a utilization of 99% (I do have a gigabit network and interface at home) .
Network Usage Stats
Not sure if this is the issue, but why would it show me a 10 Mbps interface? I am assuming this is something to do with RDP. It there a way to configure this correctly?
Please try this in a cmd prompt:
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
Or just Google the issue and find people with the same issue, or the link I provided above.
Thank you KillABrew.
Yes, this seemed to have fixed the issue. Had to reboot after the command though. I see the adapter at 1Gbps now and much higher speeds in speed tests.
Let me test for a couple of days before I declare victory (just worried that rebooting directly into RDP might have changed the scenario a bit).