I’ve been able to experience the results of implementing Workspace Environment Management into a Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop environment. I was easily able to obtain at least a 50% reduction in logon duration.
I understand the why.
I want to now understand the how.
Let’s first examine the Windows logon process.
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The title is correct. We can improve user logon time by implementing PVS accelerator in XenServer 7.1.
This actually makes perfect sense.
We already showed that PVS Accelerator drastically improves VM boot times because portions of the master vDisk image are cached locally. Booting a VM equates to roughly 80% reads and 20% writes. VMs using the same image are reading the same blocks of data. Due to this similarity, we are able to see huge network utilization reductions by using the PVS Accelerator cache. These reductions in the network utilization translates into faster boot times.
But what about logon time?
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How long does your Windows 10 logon take? Logging into my lab, my logons felt long. True I’m not using server-level hardware that you would see in production, but my logon times felt too long because I don’t have logon scripts, complex group policy preferences, or even massive profiles. After reading the Rule of 30 blog by Nick Rintalan, I decided to investigate. I was interested in knowing if all of the Windows 10 optimizations I previously blogged about would have an impact Default apps Services Scheduled tasks User Interface Runtime Release ICA My first test was looking at the … Continue reading Microsoft Windows 10, Citrix XenDesktop and Logon Time