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BSOD in Win 10 1809 PVS target devices cache in RAM

Jorge da Silva1709159479


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Just to be sure. While the os booting you received first time the bsod. After this boot the target device comes up?

And this issue appears only when you using "RAM Cache"? with "RAM Cache overflow to Hard Disk" everthing works fine?


If it's so, it's sound you run exectly into this issue CTX250105


BTW, I love it to use RAM Cache with overflow. If you using just RAM Cache you will receive a bsod if the RAM Cache is full. For me it's a big advantage the overflow method. But you might have your point why you want to use just RAM Cache. If these Points at the top matches for you. I think you have to wait, until Citrix got a patch for that issue.

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