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Looking at HP 300 Proliant ML series. Looking for recommendations on what model and specs I should be looking for and tell me what are you currently having success with in the same type environment?. It will be running Server 2008 R2 as a Domain controlled, File Server and Sql Server for 10 users. Thanks in advance.
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Anything current will do just fine for that.  Just make sure you've got some fast disks which are separate from your Operating System drive(s) for the SQL data and logs.  Stick the SQL stuff on a RAID-5 array and you should be good!
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