System Optimization

Workspace Environment Management system optimization consists of the following:

These settings are designed to lower resource usage on the agent host machine. They help to ensure that freed-up resources are available for other applications, increasing user density by supporting more users on the same server.

Although system optimization settings are machine-based, and apply to all user sessions, process optimization is user-centric. This means that when a process triggers CPU Spikes Protection in User A’s session, the event is recorded for User A only. When User B starts the same process, process optimization behavior is determined only by process triggers in User B’s session.


When your virtual machines have different hardware configurations, consider creating multiple configuration sets for them, and configuring the system optimization settings differently for each configuration set. Machines can only belong to one configuration set.