Terminal Services 2003 NLB - How to calculate the session load in order to get the server lay out

Posted on 2011-10-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

We are going to use Terminal Services 2003 because the apps are working and can be only install on WXP/Windows 2003 familiy.

The plan is to build 2 TS WIN2k3 servers and install the apps there finally configure NLB.

We would like to know what is the load that each of the application is going generate on the server per user session. This information is going to allow us to get how a number on how many concurrent connection we are going to be able to hold per server.

Are there any available tools in order to calculate the load?
Question by:llarava
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    This should help:

    In the resource kit are a few apps - Roboserver and Roboclient that can be used to simulate load.  It's all in the document.


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