Is there a performance penalty with assigning multiple profiles (new and updated) to a collection of thin clients? And, are profiles applied synchronously (1 per reboot), or are new and modified profile(s) applied at once during reboot of the thin client?
No performance penalty, as the resultant configurations get combined into a single file (group.ini) before it gets to the thin clients. Multiple profiles that are logically broken up (a profile for Citrix settings, a profile for WLAN settings, a profile for UI/language settings, etc.) is typically better practice than a single large profile 🙂
Thin clients will pull new/modified profile settings during reboot, but you can also push them right from UMS. When a profile is modified, it’ll ask you if you want to apply the profile at reboot OR immediately
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