Wyse with good speed

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    Avatarbcaceres
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    Hello,
    I didn’t know where in the forum to ask this question, so i put here.

    We are testing Windows Server 2008 R2. Wyse 9450 is running okay, but the s30,3125, s90 run pretty slow. Maybe it’s because of the size of the flash, but I don’t know that for sure.

    I’m looking for a one monitor Wyse with good speed on Windows server 2008 R2.

    Thank you very much.

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    Use the C10LE if you are not doing any real fancy stuff in the RDP session. If you are doing high mulitmedia etc. then I would recommend the R10L.

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    he Reliability and Performance Monitor snap-in enables you to monitor server performance in real time. You can monitor hardware and application performance and create threshold alerts and performance reports. In terms of defining performance and reliability, performance describes how quickly the server completes the tasks it must accomplish. Reliability, on the other hand, is more a measure of how often the server performs exactly as you would expect in relation to its configuration.The Reliability and Performance Monitor snap-in also provides access to the Performance Monitor, which was available in Windows Server 2003, and the new Reliability Monitor. The Performance Monitor enables you to add counters to quickly view real-time hardware information such as the percent processor time and also view information related to system services such as HTTP (on a web server).

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