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PDA We have got PDA accessing our VPN network to send survey reports to office. The speed at which it sends files is very very slow. Can you please help? Thank you Anuj

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Dear anujdhamija, Please describe your PDA and network type more specific and what's the file size you are transferring ? so I can try to find out the solution for you Best Regards, Sudrajat

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