Windows Server 2008 R2 RDS on Hyper-V
In server 2003 it was recommended that if you virtualise a terminal server farm, each host would only be given a single core to work with. If you went multi-core, it would actually end up slowing everything down.
However, I can't find any mention of such things with regards to Server 2008 R2 RDS session hosts.
Am I right in thinking that RDS works better with multiple cores when virtualised, as it is somewhat designed for the purpose now?
So, would a farm consisting of 2 virtualised hosts on 2 separate boxes work well with 6 virtual processors each and 32GB RAM? To cover about 80 thin clients? (All run from SSD on a shared storage device, working over 10GbE between the Hyper-V machines and the storage unit).