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Terminal Services, Outlook 2010 Cached Mode & Hosted Exchange

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Hi,

We are currently in the market for a Hosted Exchange Solution & have a terminal services environment.  From what I've been reading, cached mode seems to be the issue.  However, I've also read that Office 2010 has "Cached mode for terminal services" available.

My users connect to the same terminal server everyday (via thin clients) & roaming profiles are disabled.  I have plenty of disc space available to accommodate local copies of mailboxes, so do you think it would be safe to to use cached mode in Office 2010 along with a hosted Exchange Solution?  We would need to upgrade Office to 2010, but would like to hear what others have to say before we make the purchase.

Thanks in advance...
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There are no issues with doing this, I have a couple of clients that have this setup and it works well.

When you upgrade to outlook 2010 you need to buy the Volume License edition as this is the only one that supports installation on a terminal server.
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