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Are you using the option 'Hide all unused fields' when creating your extracts?
This can increase the performance quite a lot!
As you've expressed the performance is the same in Desktop as it's in Server, I'd focus on improving the load time on Desktop. A general rule of thumb is 'if it's slow on Desktop, it will be slow on Server'. Good news are it seems like there are no particular issues with your Server! (otherwise you'd see very different performance between both tools).
Matthias suggestion is great, and it can indeed help. If you chose to do it, just make sure to regenerate your extract after hiding the fields.
Here are a couple of other ideas:
1. On top of hiding unused fields on extracts, you can aggregate them to reduce the number of rows. See here for more info.
2. You mention you are using embedded images. Maybe those are large files. I'd suggest checking if that can be reduced (maybe not all the resolution or particular file type are needed).
Also, have you tried looking at Create a Performance Recording? The results may give you some more hints on what's taking the longest time to load.
Hope this helps!
I would suggest to add following to the trusted viz url
Make sure you add : before parameter name
Let me know if this helps.
Hi Abhay. I don't see anything glaringly wrong based on the performance recording. Are the images "large" in terms of MB, and are they local?
Can you upgrade to 10.1? This may help.
Can you subscribe to the report so that the image is pre-loaded in cache upon rendering? Does this help?