Our core and clients are on 8.8 sp3.
I have a large distribution package with two files, one VBS and one EXE. The VBS is 1k, the EXE is 660MB (Office 2007 packed up). I set up the Delivery Method as a PSP as follows:
-Download from Source
-Limit Remote Downloads
-Max percentage of bandwidth to use: 50%
-Dynamic Bandwidth Throttling
-Max available bandwidth: 50%
The agent deployed has Dynamic Bandwidth Throttling enabled.
I pushed the package to one machine this morning as a test. It has been running for approximately 7 hours and still hasn't downloaded fully yet. It has completed around 615MB of the 660MB EXE.
I'm trying to figure out if I've done something wrong in the Delivery Method. The agent is set to use ICMP for bandwidth detection. The user has been logged out of the machine all day. In my understanding the file should have been downloaded hours ago.
Can anyone shed some light on how the bandwidth detection/throttling works? I'm at a loss.