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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Designing the Terminal Services Infrastructure

Terminal Services can be deployed in single-server and multi-server environments. The first thing to plan is Terminal Services capacity. Capacity planning can help you determine the actual number of users that a specific Terminal Services configuration can support.

Capacity Planning for Terminal Services

It is important to note that Windows Server 2003 has significant scalability advantages over its predecessors. Primarily this is because the Windows Server 2003 kernel provides better use of the 32-bit virtual address space. Because a terminal server must allocate virtual resources for all users who are logged on, whether they are active or in a disconnected state, the improved memory handling in Windows ...

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