Fortunately some general statements can be made on this question that provide orientation and are bas in particular on tests by my colleague Sven Huismann. Incidentally he and our joint colleague Kees Baggermann present their recommendations to a larger audience a few days ago at the VDI Performance Summit 2020 (click here for their presentation on Brighttalk: Tales from the Dark – Avoiding performance issues in your EUC environment ) . know the workload In order to optimally dimension the resources of virtual workplaces it is above all important.
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