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Win2003 Advanced Performance Options for Terminal Server

Posted on 2011-02-16
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Hello,

What is your suggestions about Advanced Performance Options for Windows 2003 Terminal Servers?
Specially, I'm trying to decide about Processor Scheduling and Memory usage options.
Should they been Adjust for best performans of Programs or System Cache-Background Services ?
Thank you. Performance Options
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Hi,

For Terminal Services Processor & Memory  should be both selected for Programs.
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