NovAlf
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ZCM remote control on Windows 7 slow

Hi!
Well, ZCM 11.2.1, Windows 7. Noticed that Remote Control via ZCC is ... strangely slow when user is logged in. On CAD screen it's ok. Well, this is first W7 device in zone, haven't noticed such a thing on WXP.
Btw. Using Intel KVM (also VNC) ... it is much more quicker, well, sure, hardware based etc., but anyway.
Also, I use on my WXP device remote control soft from ZCM 10.x, maybe this the cause, not sure ZCM 11.x remote control soft does work with ZCM 10, I need them both running on my desktop as most of computers in ZCM 10 zone.
Any ideas?
More thanks, Alar.
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Re: ZCM remote control on Windows 7 slow

NovAlf;2229476 wrote:
Hi!
Well, ZCM 11.2.1, Windows 7. Noticed that Remote Control via ZCC is ... strangely slow when user is logged in. On CAD screen it's ok. Well, this is first W7 device in zone, haven't noticed such a thing on WXP.
Btw. Using Intel KVM (also VNC) ... it is much more quicker, well, sure, hardware based etc., but anyway.
Also, I use on my WXP device remote control soft from ZCM 10.x, maybe this the cause, not sure ZCM 11.x remote control soft does work with ZCM 10, I need them both running on my desktop as most of computers in ZCM 10 zone.
Any ideas?
More thanks, Alar.


I'm not aware that you can use both versions of the Remote Management Plugin against two diff. Zones.
Perhaps that's the issue?

Do you have a pc that you can install JUST the ZCM 11.x remote management viewer and then try to remote control a ZCM 11.x agent?
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NovAlf
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Re: ZCM remote control on Windows 7 slow

Hi and thanks!
Well, now I have another W7 device and ... there remote control seems to be just fine! Mh. This device does not have Novell Client installed, maybe this interfere here.
Anyway, so far I'll use old 10.3 remote control soft on my device, it does work and I need to manage both zones for a while.
More thanks, Alar.
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