Built in profile maintenance (shrink etc) in the Azure portal, should simply need to target the relevant share and attach a schedule
Agree, and built in alerts for when users are nearing their quotas. When it fills up, pain to identify from end user or 1st line standpoint
@RichP2070 plz have a look on this script
@kubaib2340 thanks for this, great idea to help pre-empt user issues.
I will review this with my team, I'm thinking of adding code to log an Event Log entry that can be picked up by our monitoring tools, that way the teams can
1. Receive user tickets directly with needed info
2. Support teams can prioritise things like consolidation of VHDX's for users pending issues
@Steve Downs Ideally this should be included in the solution - FSLogix/Invoke-FslShrinkDisk: This script will shrink a FSLogix Disk to its minimum possible size (g...Either allowing to be run on a schedule against a particular share or run automatically against a profile after the disk is unmounted.
It should be a part of the FSLogix service to run a shrink as part of logoff if you ask me.
The newest GA version of FSLogix is live now. It includes compacting the VHD on logoff. For all the thoughts on how to implement compacting, I think this is actually the best way to go.
It would be great if there was tray application with popup notifications about profiles size usage. There is one in the program files for FSlogix, but it shows other logs to the end user that they doesn't need to see. It would be great to have some portal tools to resize vhdx, edit the redirection xml.
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