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Bandwidth Increase Tweak On Windows

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OK Windows have some limitations (who knows why) of the bandwidth. Here is a little guid on something that might help you:

1-Open Run dialog box from Start menu.

2- Type “gpedit.msc†and press Ok.

3- When Group Policy run, go to Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Network > Qos Packet Schedule

4- in right side, right click on Limit reseivable bandwidth and select Properties.

5- In Setting tab under Limit reservable bandwidth section select Enabeled .

6- instead of 20 type 0 (zero) and then click ok, and close Group Policy.

7- Now , go to Network connection and right click on your connection and select Properties.

8- Go to Networking tab and cheek Qos Packet Scheduler to be ticked.

9- Restart your PC

if you think this makes your server slower than before just switch to the default values and everything will run as it had. I see some improvement for me.

Hope I helped :)

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The QoS scheduler does nothing unless your whole network supports QoS. This has been discussed hundreds of times on the MSDN forums. You can disable it without worries, but unless there is something wrong with your network you won't see a throughput change.

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This will not increase bandwidth in Windows at all, the Windows bandwidth limits come from the limited number of open TCP connections windows can support post XP SP1. You can find out more by googling "Windows event 4226", however the fix requires you patching your tcpip.sys file which can cause problems with Windows Updates.

This is not needed on server class systems like 2003/2008, but is needed on XP, Media Center, and Vista. On any system googling for "Windows event 4226" should see you right.

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