DisplayDataProritization – what algorithm of work?

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Bandwidth
Terminal Server
Windows Server 2008
Sorry for my “English” By default, in 2008 TS for keyboardmousedisplay traffic is reserved 70% of the virtual RDP-channel bandwith. Specifying question - NOT LESS THAN 70% or EXACTLY 70% (equal - "no more")? Version1 While the client prints nothing, all 100% of the channel are occupied for needs of keyboardmousedisplay. If a print job occurs, then it will not be able to "eat" more than 30% of the channel Version2 At creation of each session, the channel "is sawn" at once in a proportion 70 on 30 and even if the redirected traffic doesn't appear, the client's a keyboard mouse display activity is clamped in 70% of the channel Which version is correct?

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