When streaming packages different clients will see layers will stop downloading after X%.
The following error codes will show during download of layers:
The MTU setting on the streaming and backend servers are set above the 1494 default setting. Any MTU setting above this is considered to be a Jumbo packet.
To find out your current MTU settings you can run the following.
1. run wireshark capture on the client that is failing and you will see the MTU size the Lenght column.
2. Run "netsh interface ipv4 show interfaces" in a command prompt on the Streaming server.
Workspace Streaming does not support streaming packages with MTU settings above the default level 1494.
Lowering the MTU setting on the frontend and backend servers will help streaming be more dependable. To make the change do the following on the Frontend and Backend servers
Open a command line window as an Administrator (ie. right click on All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt and select Run as administrator) ...
Type the command netsh and wait for prompt
Type the command interface and wait for prompt
Type the command ipv4 and wait for prompt
Type the command set subinterface "Local Area Connection" mtu=xxxx store=persistent
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