I'm a one man IT shop looking to initially replace 25 out of our 65 desktops. The users are mainly order entry using our ERP system and Microsoft Office with Outlook. I am thinking about using Windows 2003 terminal server with WYSE thin clients or moving to something like ClearCube blade pcs. Citrix might also be an option. I am trying to increase security, make manging users easier, and increase desktop workspace. I have read quite a lot but I'm trying to get some actual feedback.
Using 8GB on TS is a waste, unless you go 64-bit, what is not still mainstream mainly because of driver issues and non-64 bits applications. The typical, best bang for the buck scenario for Terminal Services
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How to install and configure Citrix XenApp 6.5 - Part 1. In this video tutorial we have explained step by step installation of Citrix XenApp 6.5 Server on Windows Server 2008 R2 is explained in this video.
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