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One of my clients have a host/remote setup, meaning location1 is where the server along with a few workstations exists and at location2 where another few workstations exists. All workstations are running Windows 7/8 and the server is running Windows Server 2008. The workstations at location1 have no issues with the connection being reset due to them being on the same local network. Wireshark shows a handful of duplicate acks and tcp retransmissions right before a tcp reset. The ISP at location1 is experiencing some technical problems and are unsure when they will be resolved. Is there anything I can configure in Windows on these computers to prevent the tcp reset? Maybe in the registry?

asked 08 Aug '15, 12:01

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closed 08 Aug '15, 13:01

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Jaap 08 Aug '15, 13:01

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