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Optimizing your eCapture worker


Sharmarke Afgab

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You can do the following to help the performance of your workers:

 

 

- Point your worker %TEMP% directory to high speed disk

 

- Pagefile on separate disk from the temp

 

- Disable unnecessary services/applications on worker machines

 

- Realtime/active virus scanning disabled

 

- Minimize visual effects in windows

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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For reference, the default Windows %TEMP% folder location can be changed using the following steps found on https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ast...-media-center/

  1. Click on the Start menu, choose Run and type sysdm.cpl
  2. Click on the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom
  3. Double-click on the User variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  4. Double-click on the User variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  5. Double-click on the System variable named TEMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  6. Double-click on the System variable named TMP and change it to a path on your D drive
  7. Click OK to officially change these environment variables
  8. Restart the worker so it picks up the changes to the folder location

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