We are looking to setup a network that has office users that need domain credentials, standard server functionality for the office personnel. There are also kids that the office wants to provide PC's for. I was wondering if Remote Desktop services would be of benefit for this. They have a request that the kids PC's basically entirely refresh to a clean slate everytime they are rebooted. So that if something was messed with on the kids PC, it doesnt become a support issue. They just reboot it and a new image is pushed over everytime.
I wasnt sure the best way to approach this- will Remote Desktop Services do this? Is there a better way to meet these needs?
We would like to keep this network to one server. It would be the DC, File, DNS, DHCP, and Print server for 10 office users and then for the kids 5 more systems would be brought online- is there much overhead for the Remote Desktop Service? We are looking at 250GB, Raid1, Windows 2008R2, Xeon E3-1200 Processor, 16GB Ram...will that be enough for resources for the services above? They currently have 30GB of data stored on the existing server with everyone on the network.