Patrick RouseMicrosoft MVP - Remote Desktop ServicesSystems ConsultantQuest Software, Desktop Virtualization Groupwww.vWorkspace.com
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We tested all our apps and printer drivers to run on x64, we replaced some old printers.All apps and drivers were performing well on x64.So in june this year we installed the Windows2003 standard edition with x64 bit Xenapp5 advanced edition on Xenserver.Now we are moving users from our Terminal-server to Xenapp.For now we use the free version of Xenserver.I’m very happy with the performance and the simple configuration and installation.The ability to make snapshots and exports of the virtual Xenapp environment is great.
The Xenapp environment performs well. There is no heavy load on the server because we moved only 6 users for now so how it performs with 25 users I will let you know.We hired an expert to install our x64 xenapp environment because they know exactly what things to expect and how to configure and tweak the environment.The only problem we have is that google-maps is very slow over a wan (4MB) connection.Its performing slow and we are now testing the content-redirection to redirect googlemaps to the local browser.