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With Windows System Resource Management on a Windows 2008 R2 Session Host Server (Terminal server), is it best to use Weighted_Remote_Session or Equal_Per_session for CPU management? Cant find much info about Weighted_Remote_Session, but if i use Equal_Per_Session then each user will get same CPU? 10 users will get 10% each of CPU, even if one user isnt using more than 1% so will not the rest 9% be used by other users? How does Weighted_Remote_Session deal with this?
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Weighted_Remote_Session is better as it  allows an administrator to categorize users into one of three priority groups: premium, standard and basic. WSRM ensures that users belonging to the premium group will get more CPU resources than those in standard, who will in turn get more CPU resources than users in basic.


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732553.aspx


http://keongyee.wordpress.com/2010/11/22/remote-app-giving-more-power-and-processor-to-specific-users-groups/


http://weestro.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/resource-sharing-in-windows-remote.html
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