Rendering time diffrence on Local and Client machine(over RDC) for .NET based Web App
I am having a .NET based Web Application. I am tracking total time between request and response using "Fiddler" tool. For the same page on local machine page takes 4sec to load (2 sec on server , 1 sec for some js n css file and 1 sec for rendering) but when same is opened on client machine by doing RDC(Remote Desktop Connection) page take 12 sec to load ( 2sec on server , 1 sec for js n css , then their is a gap of 7-8 sec showing nothing on screen but "Done" appear in browser botton pane).
I am worried about that 7-8 Sec gap which Fiddler Shows doing nothing appears only on client machine.
Can anyone help me out on this.
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