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KB23277 - Users experienced slow performance when accessing Windows file share via Core mode
Last Modified Date
8/1/2015 7:07 AM
This article describes the issue of users experiencing slow performance, when accessing Windows file share via the Core mode.
Problem or Goal
Users have created the Windows file share bookmark on PCS and found that it is extremely slow, when accessing shared folders.
There is a firewall in between PCS and Windows file server; the firewall prevents PCS from accessing windows file server's 445 TCP port.
You have to modify the firewall policy to allow PCS to access windows file server's 445 TCP port. As per the following Microsoft Support article, the
is required for file sharing.
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