About determining better performance when console is run locally or uses remote display back on Windows

Article:HOWTO68209  |  Created: 2012-02-06  |  Updated: 2013-07-18  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO68209
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About determining better performance when console is run locally or uses remote display back on Windows

Performance depends on the following:

  • The speed of the network

  • The console and the application server machine resources

  • The workloads on the console

  • The application server hosts

  • The amount of NetBackup data (Data is the number of jobs in the Activity Monitor or number of NetBackup policies.)

The console may perform better if started on the console's application server host, then displayed back to the desktop host. However, Symantec is not aware of a situation where that configuration produces better console performance. As previously mentioned, the configuration is not recommended due to problems unrelated to performance issues.

Consider the following scenarios to determine what would provide the best performance for your configuration.

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