shayrulah
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Horizon FSLogix

Hi, 

Just wondering if I have 2 different pools with FSLogix enabled if users login to both pools and work does changes will be writen on users profile container from both places? 

1 disk 2 session is it possible? 

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popvm
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Please check whether this is what you are looking for: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/fslogix/configure-concurrent-multiple-connections-ht 

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Mickeybyte
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@shayrulah 

No this won't work. The first login will take an exclusive lock on the profile disk and the second one will not be able to open it or open it read-only (depending on how you set it up). 

That's why I always set the policy to prevent logon with FSLogix failure. This way, if the profile can't be opened because it's already opened in another session, it will give an error and prevent the user to logon. If you don't, the user will be able to logon, but he/she will get an empty profile and nothing from that session will be saved at logoff.

 

Regards,
Mickeybyte

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