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    Perhaps run performance monitor and add the disk queue length monitor to look for disk io issues.

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    Computer intermittently performs poorly or stops responding when the Storport driver is used in Windows Server 2008 R2

    General questions:
    How many datasets?
    How long does it take from entering your password to getting the console.
    What difference is there between a client and on the server?
    What else is using the SQL Database?

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    Interesting link psydii. Have you applied this fix yourself?

    There's just the one database hosted on the server and typically it takes well over a minute to start using Facility (after entering your username and password).

    Clients are just as slow after entering the username and password for Facility.

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    No I don't have that deployed to our SQL Server. Our CMIS and SQL servers are virtualised so they aren't affected by the issue, though CMIS is consistently slow to load, but that is a CMIS thing rather than a SQL/Windows issue.

    Serco have looked our problem and recommended we reduce the number of datasets and archive off most of the reports.

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    I'm happy to report I've solved the problem. By navigating to Control Panel > Device Manager > Disk drives. Right click the RAID5 array and select Properties > Policies - tick to enable 'Enable write caching on the device'.

    From entering your username/password in Facility, it takes 10 seconds to load and ready to use.

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