WoOber wrote:And how is that login done? In an applet? Because then the performance issue is on their own computer in their own private installations of browsers and Java runtimes, not your terminal. Applets tend to load 'slowly', especially on older versions of Java. The feeling of slowness tends to be because people compare the loading time to Flash, a completely different beast.
Its me who have setup the whole server, but users experience really that Java starts really slow when they try to login on their bank on the web.
WoOber wrote:I don't get that. Applets execute on the local machine, not on an external machine. The may load the applet FROM the terminal server, but that is only a simple download of a file so it can execute locally. If that is slow you really should check your firewalls and such.
They load the bank webpage in Internet Explorer 9, then the Java applet loads the login dialog box on the terminal server.