How do I reduce login times in RDS Server 2019

Source One 20 Reputation points

Hello, I have a DC, GW and 3 RD Session Host Servers. The Session hosts have 8 CPUs and 64GB RAM and 22000 I/O. Load balancing is excellent. There are roughly 90 connections on a daily basis. The first 15-20 connections that occur prior to 8:30am all get to a desktop within 30 seconds. As the masses sign in between 8:30am and 9:00am (generally 20 in 10 minute intervals) their time ranges from 2 - 20 minutes. The firewall rule of duplicates is already in effect. As well as the deletion of a registry key. Can anyone help or suggest?

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  1. Karlie Weng 15,031 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @Source One If there are too many users logged in at the same time, this could cause a delay in logging in. Are they trying to log in from home or work? Are they using a VPN? As the issue is time dependent, have you tried using Netmon if you suspect it is a network issue or Procmon if it relates to process/thread activity? Download Microsoft Network Monitor 3.4 (archive) from Official Microsoft Download Center Process Monitor - Sysinternals | Microsoft Learn

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