I currently have a Windows 2003 Server D/C with 60 user CALS. I am going to have to add another server to run Windows Terminal Server. Here are my questions.
1. Should I get Server 2008 for the terminal server or should I stay with Windows 2003 Server?
2. I know I have to buy TSCAL's for the Terminal Server but do I also have to by regular CALS or will the users runiing off the Terminal Server be OK with the CALS on the D/C?
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