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Getting Started with XenDesktop® 7.x by Craig Thomas Ellrod

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Configuring audio

Audio is controlled through policies in XenDesktop Studio. You control the settings for audio through the following user policy settings:

  • Audio quality
  • Client audio redirection
  • Client microphone redirection
  • Audio redirection bandwidth limit
  • Audio redirection bandwidth limit percent
  • Audio over UDP Real-time Transport
  • Audio UDP port range

    Note

    Refer to Appendix B, XenDesktop® Policy Setting Reference, for a list of policies and related settings.

In general, higher audio quality requires more bandwidth and CPU cycles because of the large amount of audio data that must be sent to users. You can use sound compression to balance audio quality with session performance. You may want to create separate audio policy groups for different types of ...

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