Tech Note 86: How to Distribute WindowViewer Processes Across Multiple CPUs in Wonderware InTouch for Terminal Service Environments

When working in Wonderware InTouch for Terminal Service Environments it is the default behavior to lock all WindowViewer processes to the first CPU; however, it is fairly common for server class systems to have multiple core CPUs or even multiple CPUs. Wonderware has released the “InTouch Affinity Control” which allows system administrators to take advantage of the processing power, and distribute all of the client InTouch sessions across all available CPUs. This document will list the procedures necessary to install and utilize the “InTouch Affinity Control”.

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