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Recognizes the User if the User has connected to the server.
Invokes the Password Wizard if the username and password match.
Invokes the Remote Desktop Key if the Token is valid.
Creates a Session using the Authentication Token
If the Token is not valid the login will be aborted.
CLOSE will close the connection.
Server load simulation events are processed as follows:
* Timer 1 fires when the simulation enters RUN.
* Timer 2 fires on each client connect, on client disconnect and when a user logs on or off the server.
* Timer 3 fires on each server connect, on server disconnect and on each user connect.
* Timer 4 fires on each user connect.
* Timer 5 fires when the session is closed.
Each timer is fired based on the following criteria:
TIME Elapsed time since the previous firing of a timer (in milliseconds).
USER The connected User.
Network simulation software
The Microsoft Application Framework for Remote Desktop Services
Remote Desktop Load Simulator
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## Remote Desktop Setup
The following steps are necessary to set up a virtual server for load simulation:
1. Install and start the [Remote Desktop Services]( (R
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Remote Desktop Load Simulation is a utility that simulates a large number of concurrent users on a server. Once you have set up the target server, and configure the Controller to launch the test jobs, start users will be “cloned” onto the target server, and you can view their desktop.
The purpose of the Remote Desktop Load Simulation toolset is to help you to see how many concurrent users you can support on your Remote Desktop Server. To begin with, follow the steps below:
1. Open the Remote Desktop Load Simulation toolset.
2. Click on “File” and select “Launch Simulation”.
3. Click on “OK”.
4. If there are any errors or warnings displayed, please click on OK to continue.
The Remote Desktop Load Simulator will launch in a new window or tab. The bottom-right corner of the window will display how many clients are currently being loaded. Please be patient while the simulation is running, and allow the time limit for the simulation to finish.
The Remote Desktop Load Simulator will then generate a text file that contains the details of the simulations. Once the simulation has finished, you can save the report and the following information is displayed in a window:
* Tasks Count – Number of tasks which have been run successfully
* Simulated Clients – Number of clients which have been simulated
* Simulated Users – Number of users which have been simulated
* Simulator Task Time – The amount of time that the simulator took to simulate the tasks
* Total Time – The amount of time that the simulator has taken to complete the simulations
* Simulator Duration – The amount of time that the simulator has taken to complete the simulations
* Cumulative Task Time – The total amount of time that the tasks have taken to complete the simulations
* Cumulative User Time – The total amount of time that users have been loaded
* Cumulative Simulated User Time – The total amount of time that users have been simulated
* Cumulative Simulator Duration – The total amount of time that the simulator has been run
* Notes – Any notes you may have entered
It is possible to restart a simulation with the Click on “Run” menu. If you intend to run the simulation a number of times, you can save the report as a text file, and then start from the saved file later.
Please note that the memory used by the Remote Desktop Load Simulator is limited and will be released after a number of hours of use. Once the memory is used, you will not be able to run any more simulations from that point on. This is not a problem, as you can run the simulations until all the users have been simulated.
To simulate a single user load, you can simply click
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