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Possible to configure Win 2008 STD Server with 15sec write latency (disk caching)?

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We are looking at deploying Windows 2008 STD server 64bit with UPS.

A document says with write latency set to 15 sec on the Windows server, disk contention is greatly reduced (http://www.superspeed.com/servers/ms-terminal-performance.php) when deploying 30~40 users on one Citrix server.

Can anyone confirm there is such a cnfiguration setting on Windows 2008 server?

Thanks.
Joo
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That article is talking about using their software product. It's not a windows setting.  What kind of hardware are you installing this on? Most current hardware can handle more that 30-40 users concurrently, depending on what applications are being run.
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