Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, ESX 4.0 / 2008 R2 in Technical; Originally Posted by Chuckster
Furthermore, would anyone think of having the 2008 R2 as the primary DC and the secondary ...
15th February 2010, 10:55 AM #31
We have a primary and secondary DC in a VM and a third one physical
Originally Posted by Chuckster
16th June 2010, 05:40 PM #32
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I bump up this thread for people still having this problem despite updating their ESX/ESXi.
I had this problem too, and found out that it was Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows Server that was making my server so slow. I removed it, and switched to NOD32, and magic happened... My server retrieved its initial responsiveness.
I hope it will help someone.
12th December 2010, 03:17 PM #33
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Like Djeross, I am also bumping this thread for others that are still experiencing issues even after ruling out any Anti-Virus software. I have seen that Server 2008 R2 vm Display performance is slow on ESXi 4 and 4.1 with a default installation, even after installing vmware tools. The solution for me was to install the VMware wddm_video video driver. I have included a link to a short article explaining the steps for this at http://thisworldandi.com/slow2008onesxi
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