Best Practices for Improving VS 2010 and WPF Performance with Remote Desktop


It is increasingly common for users to run their client applications remotely, either connected to another Windows Client machine (Remote Desktop) or to a Windows Server (Terminal Services).

In both of these scenarios the sources and the target machines are communicating over a protocol called Remote Desktop Protocol (or RDP).

Check-out this blog post that shares some of our findings while testing Visual Studio 2010 (VS 2010) over RDP as well as provide best practices to improve VS 2010 and your WPF-base app performance over RDP.

Now, you can make sure your WPF applications will scream over RDP -  instead of your users screaming at you :-)…

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