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Group Policy Limit outstanding packets

Solution Item Group Policy Limit outstanding packets
Posted by: Jason Hayes in Group Policy Computer

Microsoft Windows Group Policy Settings

Purpose of the Group Policy (policy name):
Limit outstanding packets

Path in Group Policy Manager:
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\QoS Packet Scheduler

Supported on:
At least Microsoft Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003 family

Location in Registry:

Description of Policy:
Specifies the maximum number of outstanding packets permitted on the system. When the number of outstanding packets reaches this limit, the Packet Scheduler postpones all submissions to network adapters until the number falls below this limit. Outstanding packets are packets that the Packet Scheduler has submitted to a network adapter for transmission, but which have not yet been sent. If you enable this setting, you can limit the number of outstanding packets. If you disable this setting or do not configure it, then the setting has no effect on the system. Important: If the maximum number of outstanding packets is specified in the registry for a particular network adapter, this setting is ignored when configuring that network adapter.

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Article ID: 80
Category: Group Policy Computer
Date added: 02-02-2009 22:38:23
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