As of today, AWS WorkSpace (Standard) only comes with 50G user data (D drive). You can install WorkDoc client on your WorkSpace to have your data synced. However, if your WorkDoc data exceed 50G, this will fill up your WorkSpace D drive very quickly.
Here a work around:
- Start a EC2 Windows instance with a big enough EBS, say 300G. This instance must be launched in the same VPC as your WorkSpace.
- Join this instance to your AWS Directory, same Directory as your WorkSpace
- Install WorkDoc client on this EC2 instance and share the WorkDoc folder to Directory/Users
- Added this instance to the existing WorkSpace Controller security group or make sure it is accessible to WorkSpaces via Port 445
- In each WorkSpace, just map the shared drive on this EC2 instance. \\[ec2 instance computer name]\workdoc
There you have it, good speed, plenty of spaces for your WorkDoc data.
For how to join EC2 instance to your AWS Directory, please refer to this Doc (I am in AWS Sydney region, and we can only do this manually): http://docs.aws.amazon.com/directoryservice/latest/adminguide/join_windows_instance.html
You will also be able to add Directory Management tools on this EC2 instance for management purpose.
Hope this helps. If you have other ideas and suggestions, please feel free to let me know.