Painfully slow copy times...
I've done a bit of browsing on other sources and forums, Technet etc and have found loads of people suffering with the same issue, but no definitive way to fix/improve it so I thought I'd give here a try. :)
Basically I have two Windows 7 machines on a local network. One connect up directly to my router with a 1Gbps connection and another on N-Range wireless connected at 200Mbps. I also have a NAS connected up to my router with a 1Gbps connection. When I transfer files between the Windows 7 wi-fi PC and the NAS, I get a transfer rate of about 4Mbps, and about 6-7Mbps between the wired PC and NAS.
If I transfer files between the two Windows 7 machines, the transfer rate is awful and can vary from 150Kbps to 1Mbps. I've tried lots of various things like disabling wifi/AV, playing around with the network adaptor settings, disabling IPv6, disabling RDP, disabled Remote Differential Compression etc. (Basically, most suggestions in this thread http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...7-0ecb831c8575 have been tried).
Has anyone come across this and managed to find any way to improve transfer performance at all? :(