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7th November 2011, 02:09 PM #16
Yeah I would go with the external exchange, saves a server! If you are going to do in-house wait for Exchange 2010 SP2 should be out within a month
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7th November 2011, 02:12 PM #17
Citrix XenServer has paid support, and has a better free featureset than VMWare.
You should be considering Live@Edu / Google Apps if you don't have any inhouse exchange, especially if your focus is "doing stuff offsite/at home".
7th November 2011, 02:19 PM #18
RemoteFX is only supported in LAN mode at the moment, according to Microsoft. They recommend 10Mbps per user... (Although, various tests run by sites come in at around 2-3Mbps per user normally).
Originally Posted by dhicks
This, compared to RDP which runs at what? 30-100kbps?
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8th November 2011, 11:05 AM #19
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Originally Posted by gshaw
No, It's just for staff.
Zen is something I like the look of plus it’s cheaper than VMware. I need to split our SCCM and Printer/flie server up as it’s not working very well at the moment.
Virtualisation is a route I definitely want to go down as I want to with software as well.
Originally Posted by mrbios
8th November 2011, 11:18 AM #20
Xen is definately cheaper - it will cost you the price of A server as Xen is completely free.
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