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    Anonymous commented  · 

    We get fluid video, using the setup below BUT
    When watching a youtube video, I Noticed that W2016 CPU consumption is twice as much as W2008 R2... This is a big disappointment.

    GPO :

    RemoteFX enable.
    RemoteFX compression "optimized to use less memory" (huuu ? what about using less CPU instead.. )
    Image Quality : medium

    GPO section for W2008 R2 only (my setup more a fluid video ) :
    - Screen capture rate : Highest
    - screen image quality : lowest

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Hi, thanks for the link. This page being focused on Windows 10, so I'm not sure about a Windows 2016 LTSB, though.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Whatever I want to do on my Windows 7 or Windows 2008, I just type it in the search area and it's i there and it is really great.
    Windows 2016 search is missing the Control Panel items. It took me ages to find the actual "Device Manager" control panel.

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