Memory Tuning for TS based SoftGrid Clients

by Jason Conger [Published on 31 May 2008 / Last Updated on 31 May 2008]


Combining Microsoft Application Virtualization (a.k.a. SoftGrid) with Microsoft Presentation Virtualization (a.k.a. Terminal Services) is becoming more commonplace in today's environments. However, this combination brings its own unique set of troubleshooting methodologies since applications are not installed - rather, applications run in a virtual "bubble". The Microsoft SoftGrid team recently published an article detailing troubleshooting high pool memory usages on Terminal Services based clients. The issue involves tuning PTEs and Microsoft Office packages. Since most people try to package Office as one of their first applications in SoftGrid, I thought this article would be helpful.
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Combining Microsoft Application Virtualization (a.k.a. SoftGrid) with Microsoft Presentation Virtualization (a.k.a. Terminal Services) is becoming more commonplace in today's environments. However, this combination brings its own unique set of troubleshooting methodologies since applications are not installed - rather, applications run in a virtual "bubble". The Microsoft SoftGrid team recently published an article detailing troubleshooting high pool memory usages on Terminal Services based clients. The issue involves tuning PTEs and Microsoft Office packages. Since most people try to package Office as one of their first applications in SoftGrid, I thought this article would be helpful.


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