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Vmware view and omnicast

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I have a problem considering the use of OmniCast 4.7 in a virtual environment, i have a Dell PowerEdge Server R510, Quad-Core, 32 GB Ram, 500 GB HDD.

I am using VMware View with ESXi 5 and Vcenter 5. When i run the OmniCast software on a virtual machine, the quality of the video cameras look very bad. (Even when i used Citrix XenDesktop 5.5

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Do you only have a single hard drive in the Server - 500GB?
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the server have 3*300GB   raid 5
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It will work as citrix provisioning  and VGA supported  with   provisioning server
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tested and working fine
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