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  1. 1. Shut Down Remote Differential Compression
  2. Remote Differential Compression checks the changes of your files over a network to move them with as little bandwidth as possible instead of transferring an entire file that has previously been moved. With in constantly checking for file changes, this service will greatly slow system performance.
    To shut down this service:
  3. Control Panel
  • Change to Classic View
  • Choose Program Features
  • Select Turn Windows Features On And Off
  • Uncheck Remote Differential Compression

    1. 2. Shut Down Windows Search Indexing
    2. Windows Vista search indexing is constantly checking the files on your system to make their information available for quick searching. This is helpful, but can severely slow system performance.
      To shut down constant indexing:
    3. Select Start then Computer
    • Right Click your C: Drive
    • General Tab, Uncheck Index this drive for faster searching
    • On the next dialog box, Choose Include subfolders and files

    1. 3. Add at least a 2GB USB Flash drive to take advantage of Windows Ready Boost
    2. Ready Boost uses a USB flash drive to provide quick access memory for the operating system. The Ready Boost system can greatly improve system speed.
      To set it up:
    3. Plug in a Ready Boost Compatible USB Flash Drive
    • Select Start then Computer
    • Right Click Your USB Drive in My Computer
    • Choose the Ready Boost Tab
    • Click Use this device
    • Choose as much space as you can free up for RAM usage vs. Storage
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    how do i connect this terminal to windows 2003 server please give me the settings

    Open Remote Desktop Connection loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To open Remote Desktop Connection, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Communications, and then click Remote Desktop Connection.

    Create a Terminal Services Connection loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To create a Terminal Services connection, follow these steps:
    1. Open Remote Desktop Connection.
    2. In the Computer box, type the computer name or the IP address of a terminal server or a computer that has Remote Desktop enabled.
      Note: To connect to the console session of the remote computer, type computername or IP address /console.
    3. Click Connect.
    4. In the Log On to Windows dialog box, type your user name, password, and domain (if necessary), and then click OK.

    Save Connection Settings loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); You can save a connection as a Remote Desktop protocol (.rdp) file. An .rdp file contains all the information for a connection to a terminal server, including the Options settings that were configured when the file was saved. You can customize any number of .rdp files, including files for connecting to the same server with different settings. For example, you can save a file that connects to MyServer in full screen mode and another file that connects to the same computer in 800×600 screen size.

    To save your connection settings, follow these steps:
    1. Open Remote Desktop Connection, and then click Options.
    2. Specify the connection settings that you want for this connection.
    3. On the General tab, click Save As.
    4. In the File name box, type a file name for the saved connection file, and then click Save.
    Note: To edit an .rdp file to change the connections settings it contains, click Start, click My Documents, right-click the file and then click Edit.

    Open a Saved Connection loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To open a saved connection, follow these steps:
    1. Open Remote Desktop Connection, and then click Open.
    2. Double-click the .rdp file for the connection that you want to open.

    Copy Files Between the Local Computer and the Remote Computer loadTOCNode(2, 'summary');
    1. Open Remote Desktop Connection.
    2. Type the computer name or the IP address of a terminal server or a computer that has Remote Desktop enabled.
    3. Click the Local Resources tab, select the Disk Drives check box, and then click Connect.
    4. Click Start on the task bar of the remote computer, and then click My Computer, or double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop of the remote computer.

      Note: The drives on the remote server appear with the drives on your local computer. Your local drives appear as driveletter on tsclient, where tsclient is the name assigned to your (local) computer.
    5. Locate the file that you want to copy, right-click the file, and then click Copy.
    6. Locate the folder where you want to paste the file, and then click Paste.

    Log Off and End the Session loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To log off and end a session, follow these steps:
    1. In the Remote Desktop Connection window, click Start, and then click Shut Down.
    2. In the Shut Down Windows dialog box, click Log Off username, and then click OK.
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