TCP full window messages likely to appear when (high volume)data sent from source and the receiver system is getting packets slowly due to limited network capacity.
Hence it is considered no issue at host end and usually does not hamper the connection.
It will adjust the speed according to the bandwidth supported and limit the transfer thereby throwing TCP full messages.
Every server ideally shall throw the TCP full messages when high amount of data transfer initiated through LAN and then communicated over WAN.
This is not an error, It typically happens when the sender sends data faster than the receiver processes it, or at least receives it from the socket.
When this happens, sender should stop sending more data until receiver is able to again receive more.
That is why we can see the source server as seen in example below 10.209.198.193, sent the TCP Window full as it can see the buffer length became 0 for destination and the network is not capable of sending more data, i.e. handling LAN traffic over WAN.