SoftEther VPN Client on a Windows terminal server

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pgitsov
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SoftEther VPN Client on a Windows terminal server

Post by pgitsov » Mon Apr 22, 2019 8:54 am

I have a SoftEther VPN Client installed on a terminal server (Windows Server 2016 Standard). Less than ten users are usually connected to it, yet the VPN client uses a lot of memory and CPU:
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If I restart the SEVPNCLIENT service I get them released:
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Is there a way to avoid this high usage of resources?

Or is it possible to install the client for some users only e.g. admins and not have it running in normal users' sessions?

Or is it possible to install the client in some "core" mode without the GUI?
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