Thank you for the timely response!
I've seen thi solution in the knowledgebase - when I try the command i
receive the following response:
"Set global command failed on IPv4 The requested operation requires
I've since disabled CA Firewall * - it lloks like the problem began when I
upgraded to the latest version of CA Internet Suite. Unfortunately, I had to
upgrade my CA license keys to v8 so I can't go back.
For now I'll just use Windows firewall. Later today, I will try to logon
as Admin and retry the command. I will let you know what happens when I try
the command as Admin.
BTW, why do I receive that error if my logon is an Admin logon?
"Eric Cross [MVP]" wrote:
> Hello Steve,
> Try following these instructions and see if it will help you. 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
> Please write back to let us know if it works or not.
> Eric Cross
> Microsoft MVP (Windows Networking)
> "Steve Barker" <SteveBarker@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I have Vista Ultimate and have been using it for several months. For the
> > last 3 weeks or so, my Remote Desktop sessions hang on the "Welcome"
> > message
> > when I connect. The only way out of it, is for me to physically power the
> > remote system off/on. The remote and client systems are on my home LAN so
> > it's no big deal, other than the fact that I have to constatntly power the
> > remote pc off/on.
> > Has anyone else experienced this?
> > Thank you