Terminal Services as a Hyper-V virtual machine
Posted on 2009-04-19
Is there any reason that Microsoft Terminal Services (on 2003 or 2008) is unsuitable for virtualisation on Hyper-V?
For example, if we're running a moderately busy terminal server on a dedicated box - with "X" processors, "Y" GB of RAM, and a gigabit NIC - is there any reason we couldn't rebuild the server as a virtual machine with a roughly equivalent allocation of processors, RAM and NIC?
I can't think why not, but you never know - really just after a reality-check. I've tried Googling it, but haven't been able to find anything specific. Does anyone have any real-world experience with this?