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Getting Started with Citrix XenApp 6.5 by Guillermo Musumeci

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Limiting concurrent connections

William Empire can limit the number of connections to reduce the use of XenApp server resources, like CPU and memory, and increase the amount of concurrent users per server.

William can set a limit of two concurrent connections for users. If a user tries to establish more than two connections, a message tells the user that a new connection is not allowed. This is a common practice to reduce resource and license use.

We can also enable session sharing to limit the number of connections on a XenApp farm. Session sharing is a mode in which more than one published application runs on a single connection.

Session sharing occurs when a user has an open session and launches another application that is published on the same ...

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