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2008 Remote Desktop Services Hard Drive Space

Posted on 2012-08-15
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Last Modified: 2013-12-31
We have our servers setup in a farm. With the amount of users we have connecting we are starting to run out of hard drive space due to the amount of profiles being created. Is there a way to prevent this?


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You can use folder Redirection to redirect all or components of the profiles to a server/share with more space.


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The redirection may cause a performance hit when users login, especially remotely.   We decided to add more hard drive space to the server.  Thanks.

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