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.


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.


Click System managed size.

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