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Terminal Services 2003 to 2008

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Just wondering if there has been any improvement in the Terminal Services in the 2008 ver. Also if running 64bit ver will give you more memory to run more memory intensive applications for users.

The reason I think this is because of the 64bit allowing more installed memory and if TS takes advantage of this or not. Our CRM spplication is a front end to a ORACLE DB running 9i. IThe CRM APP is a memory resource hog.

If any of you are running it please feel free to comment on what your planning strategy was or is. Or if I am completely off in my understanding feel free to correct me.
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So is 2008 running in 64bit and addressing more memory? We have a memory shortage issue that makes 2003 TS slow to a crawl. We think they are not beefy enough to handle the task.
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