You can optimize the virtual memory on the Windows Server computers on which your View Connection Server instances are installed by changing the system page-file settings.

When Windows Server is installed, Windows calculates an initial and maximum page-file size based on the physical memory installed on the computer. These default settings remain fixed even after you restart the computer.

If the Windows Server computer is a virtual machine, you can change the memory size through vCenter Server. However, if Windows uses the default setting, the system page-file size does not adjust to the new memory size.

1

On the Windows Server computer on which View Connection Server is installed, navigate to the Virtual Memory dialog box.

By default, Custom size is selected. An initial and maximum page-file size appear.

2

Click System managed size.

Windows continually recalculates the system page-file size based on current memory use and available memory.