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How to calculate the VM datastore requirement for Citrix MCS delviery type non-persistent VM ?

Posted on 2014-04-22
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Can anyone here please suggest me what is the best way to calculate the needed datastore for deploying VM with MCS delivery type as non-persistent pooled desktop (linked-clone VMs) ?
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Jayanta Sarmah earned 500 total points
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Check below two article , it should help you , specially the formula given in the second article will help to calculate the datastore:

http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/349570-data-store-calculator-for-non-persistent-vdi-vm-on-mcs-delivery-type/

http://www.vmwareadmins.com/citrix-xendesktop-machine-creation-services-deep-dive/
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