You may want to reset global autotuninglevel. This link may help.
Vista Remote Access IssuesSorry, Vista Home Premium does not include the
Remote Desktop Host and you can't use access Vista Home Premium using RDC.
In other words, only the Business, ... www.chicagotech.net/vista/vistaraissues.htm
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
"Pierre of Perth" <PierreofPerth@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I have a Small Business Server 2003 -based client. I've recently bought
> new machines with Vista, and they work very well in the office.
> However, the only Vista laptop user now needs to access the server from
> home. I've already set up Outlook over HTTP successfully, and they are
> able to connect to the network via the "Connect to Small Business Server"
> connection. The VPN is too slow to run applications remotely, so I've
> them restricted access to log into the server itself.
> The problem arises when connecting to the server. Firstly, RDP takes about
> minutes to actually bring up the login screen. Double-click on the icon,
> it just sits there blankly for a while. When it eventually appears, the
> can log in and work as normal on the server - the speed is fine.
> Apart from RDP being slow to show its face, Outlook 2007 is the biggest
> problem. When connected to the work network over VPN, Outlook literally
> crawls. It will sit there for a while saying "Contacting
> C:\users\....\outlook.ost for information", then eventually it will
> However when trying to type an email, it is extremely erratic. Text will
> appear in fits and bursts and its unusable. Changing the Outlook over HTTP
> settings don't make a shred of difference. I currently have it set to
> via HTTP on slow networks only. Outlook speeds up again after
> from the work network. It appears if its trying to connect directly to the
> server - ignoring the HTTP settings - because it doesn't ask for
> when starting Outlook while connected to the work network.
> Any ideas? I'm fresh out.