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Given we have very little control over the network bandwidth of the end user it is difficult to determine what the problem could be - normally the refresh is reasonably fast but if there are a lot of users or a restricted bandwidth it can show down a bit.
One trick to aid the display is to not move the mouse around the screen - pointing to the entities on the page will increase the amount of information being sent. If you can click one and wait for the screen to be rendered at the other end before continuing it may be a bit quicker.
Thanks Phil. But I have tried this with one of my colleague who sits right besides me in the office and noticed that when I am sharing the screen it is taking about 1 minute to refresh on his screen but when I give control to him and when he is sharing the desktop it immediately refreshes on my screen absolutely no delay at all. So was wondering that there could be some issue with my laptop settings.
What client were you using the Beehive downloadable client or the JavaFX client - which is a .jnls file downloaded to the desktop and then Java 6 is invoked. There may be a difference in the way the refreshes are done depending on the client . I will see if I can find anything in the docs about the way your PC should be set up.