We've been doing quite a few things to troubleshoot an issue with our environment and have narrowed it down to the elastic layering feature. We're running Horizon View 6.2.2, Unidesk 4.0.6 and Windows 7 w/SP1 x64. Here's what's happening:
Our published images work without a problem when no elastic layers are used (so the feature is disabled or elasic layering is enabled but no app layers assigned to the user elastically). The problem is when trying to create a new folder or shortcut (on the root of the C drive or on a network share as examples). When we right click and select "New" then "Folder" or "Shortcut" it takes up to 15 seconds for folder or shortcut to be created. During this time we see the explorer.exe process maxing out one core of the VDI session. We've tried multiple apps elastically assigned and always exerience this. When elastic layering is disabled or no elastically layers assigned we do not experience this lag.
Anyone else experience this and have thoughts of how the experience can be improved?