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VMWare: Benchmarking tool for PCOIP performance?

Posted on 2012-03-20
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Is there any type of benchmarking tool to quantify the performance/refresh rate of VDI desktops displayed via PCoIP?  Note drops, quality overall etc..  ??  Using VMWare 5 behind a Cisco ASA.  Trying to troubleshoot some complaints of users regarding refresh rate of their displays.  Thanks.
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Watch a flash video, BBC iPlayer, You Tube, CatchupTV?
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use  pciop logviewer

PCoIP Log Viewer 2.0
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Just what the doctor ordered.  Thank you.
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