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I have setup a number of terminal servers using server 2008 std, these are all loadbalanced through a session broker server which is server 2008 r2, these are all setup via dns round robin. Due to the time it takes for the failover to operate some of my users are getting annoyed. I am looking to move the loadbalancing across to microsoft netwwork loadbalancing to try and improve this, does anyone know if this will interfear with the already inplace TS loadbalancing? or cause any other issues.

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