Can you try to follow the instructions listed in the article here: http://blog.tmcnet.com/blog/tom-keat...lem-solved.asp
specifically, these instructions from that article may help:
Here is what you need to do if you have the same issue:
- Run a command prompt (cmd.exe) as an Administrator
- Type: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
If you want to to re-enable it:
- Type: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
In some cases you may need to use this command in addition to the above,
but I didn't have to:
- Type: netsh interface tcp set global rss=disabled
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"gsilvan" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have used Remote Desktop Connection in Windows XP to connect to my work
> network running Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition with RSA SecurID
> problem. Recently I purchased a laptop running Windows Vista. Now when I
> connect everything starts out fine. The program connects to the server
> the login and verification proceed without a hitch. As soon as the
> connection is complete, however, it runs like a slow turtle. It takes
> forever for the remot workspace to load and several miniutes for it to
> respond to even a simple mouse click. Eventually, all communications just
> cease. Task manager says remote Desktop Connection is running normally
> the window can be moved, resized, etc., but the workspace doesn't respond
> there is no communication on the network. The problem isn't in either my
> network or my work network as my XP machine still works fine.
> How can I fix this problem?