AVD - FSLogix 30GB profile size clarification?

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Is 30GB the limit and does that mean the VHD file itself is automatically about 30GB for a user? In Azure File Share for FSLogix the profies show about 29 GB does that mean it's actually the user populating it that much? If not then how do you determine if the profile size is too large and needs to be expanded for user or all users?

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@John Quile 

 

SizeInMBs tells FSLogix the maximum volume capacity the VHD(x) can have. If you are seeing 29GB VHD in an Azure file share it means the user has a 29GB profile and is probably at the 30GB limit.

 

You can use redirections, and FSLogix profile compression scripts to keep this number down.