TITaNI hate to read these comments....... Our company is moving to K2 as soon as K2 support provides the new software.
In regards to the slowness of Live Connect are you sure your remote sites have the bandwidth to support the remote control session? I know in K2 Remote access has changed and no longer goes through the Kserver but it is a direct connection from your machine to the end user you are trying to support. A lot of small to medium sized businesses we support are still rolling with DSL at 3MB and if any of the end users are streaming music or what have you they lose bandwidth quick and our remote sessions with them via vnc or logmein are slowwwwwwww.
I would like to see some of the Firewall logs from both ends and see if maybe a security service or software AV is the guilty party. Also throw a packet sniffer on the network and see what it comes up with.
We have used the Live connect in the beta versions of K2 and it worked really well. Of course most of the Live Connect sessions were from our internal network.
Charles.INAccording to the Account Reps, from their Kickoff meeting for the year, Feb 2 (Tomorrow morning?)
Guess we'll find out as today passes