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VFFJames asked a question on 18 Jul 2014 1:45 PM

Hi Expert,

  Can I add a Navision Server in our east coast office server ? we have 2 facility in East coast and west coast, although we use T1 + VPN to connect both side, but user always complain the RTC responds very slow. for now, the SQL server & Navision Server installed in 2 server and both are in west coast office.so can I add a Navision server in east coast office to improve speed issue ?

Thanks

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Roberto Stefanetti responded on 19 Jul 2014 1:13 AM

hi,

you can use RDP (RTC on Remote App published) or NAV Web Client if you haven't latency problems.

look at this MSDN posts:

Connecting the RoleTailored Client over a Wide Area Network

msdn.microsoft.com/.../gg502476(v=nav.71).aspx

and this on NAV Team Blog

Hosting Possibilities for Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 (about latency time)

blogs.msdn.com/.../hosting-possibilities-for-dynamics-nav-2009-r2.aspx

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Miguel Llorca responded on 21 Jul 2014 1:35 AM

You should try via RDP (remote desktop or remote App)...but latency problems with this kind on connection is not common. I suggest you to check your DNS and of course verify point-to-point response.

Good luck!

Miguel LLorca Gómez

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Roberto Stefanetti responded on 19 Jul 2014 1:13 AM

hi,

you can use RDP (RTC on Remote App published) or NAV Web Client if you haven't latency problems.

look at this MSDN posts:

Connecting the RoleTailored Client over a Wide Area Network

msdn.microsoft.com/.../gg502476(v=nav.71).aspx

and this on NAV Team Blog

Hosting Possibilities for Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 (about latency time)

blogs.msdn.com/.../hosting-possibilities-for-dynamics-nav-2009-r2.aspx

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Roberto Stefanetti,  Dynamics Community Moderator-NAV

My Blog http://blogs.dotnethell.it/DynamicsNAV 

Twitter @robstefane

All my posts are provided "AS IS" with no warranties and confer no rights

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Miguel Llorca responded on 21 Jul 2014 1:35 AM

You should try via RDP (remote desktop or remote App)...but latency problems with this kind on connection is not common. I suggest you to check your DNS and of course verify point-to-point response.

Good luck!

Miguel LLorca Gómez

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