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2008 Domain Hardware Capacity Planning

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I am planning infrastructure to support approximately 1000 users / 400 computers in a 2008 domain environment.

There will be approximately 30 users at 2 remote locations that will each have their own DC's (RODC?).

I'm having a hard time finding any guide for determining hardware requirements for the primary DC at the main campus.

Does anyone have experience with this size deployment or links to appropriate MS articles on the subject?
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