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I noticed my server didn't have http 2 enabled and thought it was because I was on Windows Server 2016.

I have just installed a new VM with Windows Server 2019 and http 2 is still not enabled. Any ideas why this would be?

According to Claris it shouldn't require any configuration. I am using FileMaker Server 19.1.2 (as 19.2.1 wouldn't install for some reason).

Edit: Think I found the issue - it requires 19.2.1, which I couldn't install as the installer didn't work. Oh well - hopefully sort it soon.

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Does IIS have http2 at all? The major difference between http1.x and http2 from an application perspective is that http2 has mechanisms in place to avoid tcp slow start. I know that nginx and apache both have http2 in place; however there are no major benefits to http2 unless your solution has multiples of small files required for the same use case. https://blog.stackpath.com/tcp-slow-start/

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4 hours ago, ggt667 said:

Does IIS have http2 at all? The major difference between http1.x and http2 from an application perspective is that http2 has mechanisms in place to avoid tcp slow start. I know that nginx and apache both have http2 in place; however there are no major benefits to http2 unless your solution has multiples of small files required for the same use case. https://blog.stackpath.com/tcp-slow-start/

Yes it does and it's working now I've upgraded to 19.2.1.

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