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Upgraded View from 4.6 to 5.2.1. Since then we get mouse will freeze in screen and all work will move to another screen (using 3 or 4 monitors?, or during Windows login the screen will freeze and you cannot login...I will restart the view from vCenter. I increased memory and vCPU on the connection server to 12 Gb and 4vCPU, still have problem.
Not using linked clones.
I can provide more info if needed?
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did you upgrade the vmtools ?
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How many users, and what memory settings and cpu settings did you have on the Connection Server before change?

Also ensure you have updated Agent in the VMs as well.
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150 users
4GB ram, 2vCPU
installed new agent on Vm's and move down to vm tool 8.6

Seems to be working much better
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So all is working well after new Agent?
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