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Windows 8/8.1 does not have such a high constant base load, neither on physical nor on virtual machines. I have seen similar issues caused by software installations that corrupt the WMI stack (Unfortunately this is very hard to diagnose and fix), or maybe it is just caused by Antivirus software. Check what processes and/or services are causing the CPU ...
In addition to Mark Henderson's comment you may also want to check out the Optimization Guide for Windows 7 and Windows 8 Virtual Desktops in Horizon with View @ VMware.com and follow most of those optimizations which may cut down on CPU usage, and will for sure cut down on disks I/O because desktop OSes are far more I/O intensive if left unchanged than ...
I believe that I know what the problem is... To eliminate the error, either: Verify that NetBIOS over TCP/IP is enabled. Click Start , click Run , type ncpa.cpl , and then click OK . In Network Connections , right-click Local Area Connection , and then click Properties . Click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), and then click Properties . In the ...
Thanks @arcesso Tried pinging the domain name which tried to resolved to the crashed out DC. Had another look at DNS and it appeared to have kept a record in the cache. once that was gone the machines correctly picked up the correct IP
I was doing RDP connections, so I needed to allow the groups to connect remotely/lower the remote security level.
You may want to check that the target published that it supports UNMAP, you can read how Windows expects the target to show it in http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/jj123660.aspx The important part is in the INQUIRY page B0h.
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