Load Balancing on windows Howto ???

Posted on 2006-05-03
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Hi Experts,

I have an application running on .net with MS-SQL database.  I have two Dual xeon servers on Windows 2003.

Now I need to configure these servers to balance the load. (Software load balancing)

Can you send me the configuration resource and Howtos on this ???

Tnx !!
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    HI Nzarth.. Tnx but that is on MS-SQL i need IIS too ..

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    yah Cocco I need to balance both... i'm planing to run MS-SQL in both machines..
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