Realtek HD Audio Driver Revision History – Windows 8.1 x86/x64 and Windows 10 x86/x64
R2.81 – 18.104.22.16836 –
????? – 22.214.171.12410 – 16/08/2016
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R2.79 – 188.8.131.5241 –
R2.78 – 184.108.40.20612 –
R2.77 – 220.127.116.1103 –
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Watchguard XTM 2 Series, XTM 5 Series, XTM 8 Series – Fireware XTM OS 11.4.2 – CSP14 Build # 341765
11.4.2 – CSP14 Build # 341765 Resolves the following issues:
When upgrading a FireCluster the network interfaces failed to initialize properly
You can request 11.4.2 – CSP14 Build # 341765 from Watchguard Support by logging a support case online, they should then be able to provide an ftp download link and appropriate credentials.
Please note that Watchguard CSP releases are cumulative so you should only need to apply the latest to ensure that you also have any previous fixes.Follow @aid_in_it
Remote Desktop Services can be extremely useful, allowing users to access a terminal server or their company desktop computer from another location. One very common complaint with RDP sessions is screen refresh delays and a delay when typing or trying to click on items using the mouse cursor. It will appear to most that the session has become unresponsive for a period of 5-20 seconds, after this delay the session will return to normal for a period of several minutes before once again becoming unresponsive. You may find that this issue becomes more apparent as more users connect to the specific terminal server in question and if all these users utilise several applications (i.e. Outlook, Word and Excel) together.
Causes for poor user experience when connected via RDP are varied but one of the most common is resource exhaustion or contention. This in turn causes a delay in processing that appears as a pause or unresponsiveness.
Check that your computer or terminal server has sufficient Memory to cope with the current load.
The next thing to verify by using performance monitor is that the PhysicalDisk\% Idle Time is consistently high, that’s correct this should be 90-100% when the server is not very busy.
It is worth running performance monitor using the PhysicalDisk\% Idle Time counter whilst you are seeing the slowdowns, this will help identify if your hard disk or controller are causing contention and in turn the pausing or unresponsiveness.
If you do find that the “%Idle Time” keeps going very low then it’s time to consider some of the options below to help resolve the issue
Example – HP RAID Array Configuration Utility:
Example – Windows Device Manager:Follow @aid_in_it