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comment Windows TCP Window Scaling Hitting plateau too early
Great additional bit of information. Do you have a reference link for the MS bug, by any chance?
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accepted Can I force a Windows Server 2008 DNS Conditional Forwarder to use TCP Only?
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comment Can I force a Windows Server 2008 DNS Conditional Forwarder to use TCP Only?
I'm not certain, but I think they're AD-integrated DNS, possibly on a newer server version. Not that I think there's any special configuration there, it's just that UDP 53 packets are dropped at an internal hop by a network policy that only applies to this class of link. (They may well use UDP internally)
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comment SVN customize 403 error message
A little more information would be useful. What's your server platform? Are you hosting through Apache or svnserve? Where are you expecting this custom error text to be visible?
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comment Windows TCP Window Scaling Hitting plateau too early
If the issue is down to a lot of user-space software simply having too low a ceiling on socket buffer allocations, the question then becomes "Is it the job of the OS to intervene in these case? Could it even?". I'll follow if MS have come back with a useful answer.