One of the things that has bothered me the most about my WHS (Windows Home Server) experience that been the incredibly slow file transfer speeds that I get from my client boxes to the server and back. Granted, I am using older equipment with slow processors, IDE drives and 10/100 network devices, but the fact still remains, I want more speed!
Joe DiFiglia over at Computing on Demand posted some good info back in early June on a tweek that will get you some serious speed from the new gigabit switches and network cards. It would be a couple hundred dollar investment for me to replace my existing equipment and move this this faster stuff, but I might just as I purchase the right stuff as I go in the future.
Oh, sweet speed!
The full url is here: http://computingondemand.com/?p=2104
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