Set the Exclude processes that have a priority of value to Below Normal or Low

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Set the Exclude processes that have a priority of value to Below Normal or Low . Click OK . 7. Under the Settings, click Select next to the Maximum number of sessions setting. In the Edit Setting dialog box, leave the default radio button Enabled .
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236 Set the maximum number of session in load management to 50 . Click OK . 8. Under the Settings, click Select next to the Memory usage setting. In the Edit Setting dialog box, select the Enabled radio button. Leave the default value for Report full load (%) at 90 . Click OK . 9. Under the Settings, click Select next to the Memory usage base load setting. In the Edit Setting dialog box, leave the default radio button Enabled. Leave the default value for Report zero load (MBs) at 768 .
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237 Click OK . 10. On the Settings page, click Next . 11 On the Users and Machines page, verify that Selected user and machine objects is selected. On the User and machine page, click Assign next to Delivery Group type . 12. In the Assign Policy dialog box, verify that the following settings are configured: Mode: Allow
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238 Delivery Group type: Shared Desktop . Checkbox set: Enable 13. To the right of Shared Desktop , click the + option. In the additional element, verify that the following settings are configured: Mode: Allow Delivery Group type: Shared Application Checkbox set: Enable Click OK and then click Next . 14. On the Summary page, configure the following:
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239 Policy name: SRV-Load Management Description: Load management policy for Server OS resources Verify that the check box next to Enable policy is selected. Click Finish . 15. Verify that the SRV-Load Management policy appears in the list of Policies. 16. Using the Remote Desktop Connection Manager, connect to NYC-SRV-001 . 17. Click Start and type Command Prompt . Select Command Prompt to start a command prompt. Enter the following command: gpupdate /force
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240 Close the Command Prompt after the command has completed successfully. Key Takeaways: Load Management rules help distribute users evenly among servers and protect servers from overload. They are only evaluated for new sessions, so define load values to conserve some performance for users already running sessions on the servers. Load Management only applies to Server OS VDAs. The Load Management rules should be carefully evaluated before enabling them into production, to ensure they meet expectations. Exercise 6-8: Test the Newly Configured Load Management Policy Settings Scenario : Users are occasionally reporting a Cannot start application error when launching published applications. The issue is not consistent and occurs maybe once a week to a few users. You check the Controller server and do not find anything in the event logs. Over the past few months, the number of users accessing published applications has increased, which could be causing the servers to get overloaded. You suspect that adding additional published application server(s) could fix the issue.
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