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11 Jun 2013 16:35 #1109 by kelly_jn
kelly_jn created the topic: Only One Session Launched Per Launcher

We're seeing a problem where only one session is launched per launcher (sequential mode) even though the number of sessions per launcher is set to more than one. I've a vague recollection of seeing something like this before in relation to a registry setting. Environment is XenDesktop.

Has anybody any ideas on how this can be fixed?


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12 Jun 2013 06:23 #1113 by m.plettenberg
m.plettenberg replied the topic: Only One Session Launched Per Launcher
Hi John,

There is no VSI related registry key that will help you with that. I did see a similar issue this week where moving to another launcher machine solved the problem. No further troubleshooting was done to see if it was the XD client or the configuration of the windows machine.

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