What's the default memory allocation policy in Windows Server 2012 Terminal Services?
We've got a problem where we have an application that requires a large amount of RAM (100GB approx). The machine has 256GB ram. However, despite the fact that the machine is not under memory pressure, there is apparently free ram, Windows is only giving the process a 50GB working set, causing it to page furiously and hence run really slowly.
So I'm trying to find out information about the default memory allocation policy Windows uses. Note that Windows Server Resource Manager is NOT installed on this machine, but what I don't know is what Windows does in its absence. Is it still doing some kind of "equal per process" or "equal per user" allocation?