hi, i have installed a virtual environment for a customer.
2x AD Controllers (windows server 2012)
1x SQL Server ( SQL Web 2014)
2x RDS Server ( windows server 2012)
1x File Server (windows server 2012)
1. my customer has 35 users connecting to that RDS server for working in office and small sql database use. Do i need 2 RDS servers and use load balancing?
2. if i do load balancing then i use "user profile disks"? and where do i place this disks?
3. my customer needs a file server. i installed a regular windows server to use a file host. is this ok or do i best install some kind of nas? and what to use then?
1. it's hard to say how many RDS servers you need for any number of users. It all depends on the load these users generate and this may vary on the applications and usage patterns. But 2 (with load balancing)
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