Dan Allen published very interesting article , related to XenApp and file server communications. Actually, this article explains the SMB default settings limitations and gives an advice how to improve performance of any Windows file server. I have copied the first part of this article and added an example of .reg file, which you can use to tune-up your file server.
/3GB option in boot.ini file in Windows XP allows to give any application up to 3 GB of RAM. However, there is no such option in Windows Vista or Windows 7, the boot.ini file was replaced with a utility called BCDEdit
In order to set it up, just run this command:
bcdedit /set IncreaseUserVa 3072
and restart the computer.
This command removes the option
bcdedit /deletevalue IncreaseUserVa
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These recommendations are helpful for 32-bit TS servers. However, some of them can be used for the regular 32-bit systems or even for 64-bit ones. Most of the recommendations are based on the information from Microsoft Read the rest of this entry »