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Load balance XenApp 5 servers with Program Neighborhood connections

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What is the best way to load balance this kind of environment?  I know that the web interface does load balancing for connections, but many of our users connect through Program Neighborhood directly to the servers.  
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Easiest way is to accomplish this is by using DNS.  Create a FQDN such as pn.yourdomain and use round robin DNS to send users to multiple servers.  It's the least expensive route for you besides buying a load balancer such as an F5.
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