Starting with VERDE 8.2.1 There's a CURRENT_SESSION_RESTRICTION

            Product Line:  VERDE

            In order to provide better Image Responses, a parameter has been implemented that will only allow a certain number of images to startup and run based on the amount of RAM.  Given my experience, here are some examples.  Images with 2 gigs of RAM, a 12 gig server will only allow 1 image.  Images with 16 gigs of RAM will only allow 2 images.

            This restriction can be disabled.  IT SHOULD NOT BE DISABLED BY THE CUSTOMER.  Only in your testing should you disable this setting.  

            To disable:

            Edit   /var/lib/verde/settings.node       as follows:

            CONCURRENT_SESSION_RESTRICTION="disable"

            CAVEAT:
            If you're using this on a Branch, you need to write this below the ### DO NOT EDIT THIS LINE OR ABOVE IT ###. (see following).  On a regular CM or VDI server, it can be placed above said line.


            # VERDE Node configuration, automatically created by verde-config
            WIN4_MC_USER="vb-verde"
            WIN4_SERVER_ROLE="CM_VDI"
            VERDE_SERVER_UUID="098d404b-488f-41b9-b5ef-7c4fce90c533"
            WIN4_DBG_MOD_ALL="dubug"
            VERDE_ISOLATED_GATEWAY="no"
            VERDE_GATEWAY_CM_LIST=""
            VERDE_INITIAL_RESOURCE_TAGS="NETWORK:NETWORK0"
            WIN4_VERDE_PUBADDR="192.168.0.12"
            WIN4_NAT_SUBNET="192.168.84"
            VERDE_DISABLE_CPUFREQ="no"
            ### DO NOT EDIT THIS LINE OR ABOVE IT ###
            CONCURRENT_SESSION_RESTRICTION="disable"

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