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Error when loggin into citrix/terminal server.

Posted on 2014-01-08
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Whenever anyone logs into Citrix server windows 2008 r2 they recieve an error.
"Windows created a temporary page file on your computer because of a problem that occurred with your page file configuration when you started your computer. The total paging file size for all disks drives maybe somewhat larger than the size you specified."
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by:Ayman Bakr
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Where do you have your Page File setup and at what size? What is the size of the RAM? How many HD drives do you have?

Try to set the page file on the system HDD to a small size < 100 MB; and make the rest on a different HDD.
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by:Seeking-Knowledge
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It's located on the c drive and I only have 1 drive. 4 gigs of ram. It has always been set to be system managed it is currently 2gb.
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Set the page file to at least 6 GB (if you have enough HD space, go even higher). Since the page file is on the system drive, it would be better to set the minimum and maximum page file size to the same number to avoid unnecessary page file swaps which will have the effect of reducing the performance.
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by:Seeking-Knowledge
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I added more hard drive space and rebooted that fixed it.
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