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Terminal Server Utilization

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We have 2003 network, one of the servers is Terminal server. Its running MS Office, and two industry specific applications. Company keeps adding remote users. How do I tell, calculate how many users will this server will be able to serve? Company is planning to expand and I need to know how many users I can add to it.  
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depends on the spec of your server and the amount of licences you have purchased for terminal services
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it's really difficult to know how many users can connect to this server,

more easy with only MS Office , but you need to ckeck the amount of memory and processor used by your industry specific applications.

you have a good documentation on how sizing a terminal server here : http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=A2AE95DA-BE56-4495-9FB5-E4B7170B33D9&displaylang=en
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