For the system drive, I'd use RAID1.
Your users may be light users in terms of memory and CPU usage
(although browsing can create a heavy load as well), but their
profiles will still occupy a lot of space, if you don't trim them
I would set them up with roaming profiles, that way you are already
prepared if you would need a second Terminal Server to carry the
The only disadvantage is that logon times can increase with a
second or so, because the profile has to be downloaded to the TS.
You can improve logon times by redirecting portions of the user
profile to the users home directory (My Documents is a must for
redirection, but there are more candidates).
MCSE, CCEA, Microsoft MVP - Terminal Server
TS troubleshooting: http://ts.veranoest.net
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=?Utf-8?B?SmVmZg==?= <Jeff@> wrote on 08
jun 2007 in microsoft.public.windows.terminal_services: