We deliver our application to users through Terminal Servers. Currently we have multiple Terminal Servers and a group of users are assigned to each Terminal Server. What I would like to do (and this may or may not be possible) is cluster all of the servers together to create 1 "virtual" server that utliises all of the individual machines. Each user would then be given the same IP address. I'm certain there are a number of ways of doing this, but they key benefits I would like to achieve are.
1. Spreading the load evenly across servers
2. Redundency i.e one of the servers could go down
3. Decreased licencing costs (Could we get away with one windows license!?)
Has anyone done this before or could anyone tell me atleast what the different options are called so I can do some research?
The operating systems I currently have installed are Windows 2003 SE
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