Microsoft's Terminal Server group will be hosting a webcast this Friday highlighting the benefits of using Terminal Services on 64-bit Windows. From Microsoft's own description: In a 32-bit environment, Terminal Services is limited by 4GB of addressable memory. In this webcast, learn how Windows Server 2003 x64 blows that barrier away to support far more Terminal Services users. Also see how Windows Server 2003 x64 was designed with interoperability in mind, so that most existing applications will run seamlessly on the x64 architecture. This is a 300-level class, so it should be very technical!
Before the webcast, I would recommend reading the following two articles: For a primer on the 4GB limit, read The 4GB Windows Memory Limit: What does it really mean? Then, read Terminal Server and Citrix on AMD 64-bit Opteron Hardware. (For still more info, you can also check out my other 64-bit articles.)
The 90-minute webcast begins at 12:00 noon (GMT-5) this Friday, November 5, 2004. I'll be in an airplane at that time, so say 'hi' to Mike Schutz for me. :)
Thanks to Josh Sekel for letting me know about this webcast!