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If you use Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 or Microsoft Outlook 2010 there is an annoying problem. If you are trying to download an e-mail message bigger than 1MB you will have to wait too much. Also if you want to sent an e-mail using a SMTP server you will receive the following error: 'Sending and Receiving' reported error (0x800CCC0F) : 'The connection to the server was interrupted. If this problem continues contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP)' '. This happens if you have a router that doesn't supports TCP Window Scaling.

Try enabling 'experimental' mode for astronomical Auto-Tuning levels. When setting Windows Auto-Tuning level the possible settings are as follows: normal: default value, allows the receive window to grow to accommodate most conditions; disabled: uses a fixed value for the tcp receive window. Limits it to 64KB (limited at 65535). Because the BDP (Bandwidth Delay Product) suggests that a receive window around 780,000 bytes(120Mbps/8×.052) is all that is needed. Clearly, auto-tuning algorithmsneed to tune above this level to allow for download speed variations, and potentialbandwidth growth. But Windows auto-tunes to 4.9 times(3800) the BDP - telling methat something is very wrong with Microsoft's auto-tuning algorithm. TCP receive window autotuning feature does not work correctly in Windows Vista or in Windows Server 2008 Symptoms. Assume that you use the TCP receive window autotuning feature in a TCP connection on a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. After some time, the feature is disabled. Aug 28, 2018 Window Auto-Tuning feature is said to improve the performance for programs that receive TCP data over a network. It is nothing new. It was introduced in Windows Vista and is present in Windows 10.

First you will have to make sure that the problem is caused by a network hardware device that does not support TCP Window Scaling. This is how you will do it:

1.Run Command Prompt as an Administrator

2. Enter this command: netsh interface tcp show global

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3. Look for Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level. You will have to see what value is written there. If you don't know what to choose use the following command: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled.

You can choose between 5 values: disabled( sets the receive window at the default value) highlyrestricted (lets the receive window grow beyond the default value but does so very conservatively) restricted (it is similar with highlyrestricted but limits the growth only in some scenarious) normal (lets the receive window grow to accommodate most scenarios) and experimental (lets the receive window grow to accommodate extreme scenarios).

4. Restart your computer and see if the problem is solved. You can also try other values to see which one is perfect for you.

Source: Microsoft Support

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Symptom

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This article describes how to disable or enable the transmission control protocol (TCP) window autotuning diagnostic tool in Vista. The autotuning diagnostic tool diagnoses and fixes problems related to autotuning. However, in some cases (for example, network performance testing) you may want to disable the diagnostic tool. This article describes the autotuning feature, the diagnostic tool, and how they help prevent problems.
The TCP receive window autotuning feature in Vista lets the operating system continually monitor conditions such as bandwidth, network delay, and application delay. The operating system can configure connections by scaling the TCP receive window to maximize the network performance based on these parameters. To determine the optimal size for the receive window, the receive window autotuning feature measures the product of the network delay and bandwidth, and also looks at the application retrieve-rates. Then, the receive window autotuning feature changes the receive window size of the ongoing transmission to take advantage of any unused bandwidth.

Cause

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When the receive window autotuning feature is enabled, older routers, older firewalls, and older operating systems that are incompatible with the receive window autotuning feature may sometimes cause slow data transfer or a loss of connectivity between Vista clients. When this occurs, users may experience slow performance. Or, the applications may crash. These older devices do not comply with the RFC 1323 standard. Some device manufacturers provide software that works around the hardware limitations.
Note Contact the device manufacturer to determine whether this kind of software is available.
If the incompatible devices are outside your organization, and you cannot change the devices, this issue will remain. In order to determine whether the issue is caused by faulty firewalls, Vista SP1 contains an autotuning diagnostic tool that determines whether a faulty device is in the path from your computer. If the diagnostic tool detects a faulty device on the network, it reduces the degree of optimization performed by the receive window autotuning feature. The user may not notice that the window autotuning feature was turned down and may continue to use the computer as before. However, the state of the computer is changed. In order to control the state of the autotuning feature, the user may want to disable the diagnostic tool. Doing this lets them control the state of the receive window and lets them know what throughput to expect.

Resolution


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On Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1), the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesTcpipParameters holds all the configurable parameters for these diagnostics. An update to these parameters requires a restart before they take effect. To disable or enable the window autotuning diagnostic tool, follow these steps:
1. Open Registry Editor.
2. Locate the following registry value: EnableWsd
3. Type REG_DWORD.
4. Enter 0 to disable the tool.
Note If the value is set to 0, any previous decision taken to disable or maintain window scaling will not be applied by TCP.
5. Enter 1 to enable the tool.
Note If the value is set to 1, the diagnostics are enabled, and the TCP maintains the state described earlier.
6. Exit Registry Editor.
7. Restart the computer.

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