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Hi what is the recommended memory requirement "formula" for allocating memory to sbs?
Microsoft Press say light=512mb, medium=1gb, heavy=1.5gb
What is the defintion of these loads?

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I would say 1Gb minimum for any install, if you are going to have more than 25 users or so  I would probably go right up to 1.5 or maybe 2, but becareful anything over 2Gb and you need to start tweaking the memory util in order for it to run smoothly.
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