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Increasing Performance on W2K Server

By devry ·
I want to increasing the performance W2K Server with terminal services enable. Is there any steps that i must do for it ?

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by TimTheToolMan In reply to Increasing Performance on ...

Hi,

You should run performance monitoring on the server to determine where its bottlenecks are...

Type perfmon in a command window.

More often than not a memory increase will increase the performance of a server, but that may not be enough if your CPU is also flat out.

Hopefully you'll see where you can improve performace from the results you get...

Cheers,
Tim.

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by DC1 In reply to Increasing Performance on ...

Make sure that you have plenty of memory and processor power in the server. How you tune your server depends on a couple of things.

1. How many users do you expect to have on the server?

2. What type of applications are going to be availableon the servers?

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by frussoniello In reply to Increasing Performance on ...

For Terminal Services, the MS "best practice" is to install 128MB RAM plus 10 to 20MB per connection. Also keep in mind all the other apps, DBs, and services running on this machine (if any).

Before anything else, I would check System Monitor to determine where a possible bottleneck lies. More memory never hurts a system, but don't waste money if it's a processor or disk issue!!

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