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    Server 2008 version for Citrix

    I am going to trial Citrix and was wondering about the Server version.

    I will be purchasing Server 2008, but is there a specific version I would need. Or would I be OK with just the standard version and enable Terminal Services. Or do I have to purchase Server 2008 Terminal services edition.

    Many thanks

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    Standard edition is all you need... x64 will allow you to use more RAM and XenApp 5 is optimised for Server 2008 x64.

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