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Proxmox Experience in Production

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I'm in the process of building a Quad Core Xeon 24GB server to upgrade our company's Windows 2003 Terminal Server (approximately 35 users) and I was looking at virtualizing the server given the specs of the box (in addition to maybe 4 other servers).  Given our small budget, I was looking at ESXI and also Promox, which I just recently discovered.  I am attracted to Promox for the management and clustering functionality (for free!), but would like to know what other people's experience have been using it to virtualize Windows servers in a production environment?  Should I stick with the free, but limited ESXI, or is Promox a better option?
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