Setting Link Speed on VPN Virtual Adapter

The link speed for the VPN Adapter used by the VPN Client is normally 1GB. Does anyone know how to chnage this? Some of my users are trying to use the feature in Outlook that will block large attachments when connected to a slow (dilaup) connection. Outlook however sees tha 1GB connection and does not block the attachments.

With a dual band AirPort Extreme, both the 2.4 GHz band and 5 GHz band are being broadcast with the same network name. A computer, or your AirPort Express, will connect to the band with the best (strongest) signal.
Without knowing anything about the layout of your home and location of your devices, my guess would be that the extending AirPort Express sees a better signal at 2.4 GHz, so that is what it extends. Remember, the AirPort Express cannot extend both the 2.4 GHz band and 5 GHz band at the same time.
If the iMac is closer to the AirPort Express than it is to the AirPort Extreme, it's going to pick up the signal from the AirPort Express.
Is that a possibility?

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