A Universal Naming Convention (UNC) format name defines the location of files and other resources that exist on a network. UNC provides a format so that each shared resource can be identified with a unique address. UNC is supported by Windows and many network operating systems (NOSs).
With Provisioning Services, UNC format names can be used to specify the location of the OS Streaming database for all Provisioning Servers, and to specify the location of a particular vDisk.
UNC names must conform to the \\SERVERNAME\SHARENAME syntax, where SERVERNAME is the name of the Provisioning Server and SHARENAME is the name of the shared resource.
UNC names of directories or files can also include the directory path under the share name, with the following syntax:\\SERVERNAME\SHARENAME\DIRECTORY\FILENAME
For example, to define the folder that contains your configuration database file in the following directory:
C:\Program Files\Citrix\Provisioning Services
On the shared Provisioning Server (server1), enter: