I have an old HP Proliant ML350 server with Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard installed.
The server is physically located in a server room but uses a KVM device to connect it to the Monitor, keyboard and mouse down stairs.
The user on the console session using the KVM link is complaining its much slower now then when we had it running Windows Server 2003. We have 5 other users connecting remotely via RDP and they are all fast and have no problems.
Any idea why the console user would find it slow but all the remote users have no problem with it?
Edit: On the console user it takes several seconds longer to open any application than if you are connecting via RDP.
We have a tool that lets us put test points on our software to see the live values. On the local user you have to zoom in and out to refresh the values but as a RDP user you can just sit back and relax while the values on the test points automatically update.