Cached exchange mode in a remote desktop session

  • 08 дек. 2010 г.
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Cached Exchange Mode in a Remote Desktop Session Host environment: planning considerations

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Introduction 1
Storage footprint 1Performance impact 2
Networked storage 2
Conclusion 3

This document is provided as an addendum to the document Remote Desktop Session Host Capacity Planning in Windows Server 2008 R2( and is provided so that you can accurately evaluate Outlook Cached Exchange Mode when you prepare to deploy Microsoft Office 2010 in your Remote DesktopSession Host (RDSH) environment. The Remote Desktop Session Host Capacity Planning in Windows Server 2008 R2 document should be the starting point for any analysis of an RDSH deployment. We generated thedisk and network I/O statistics that are shown in this document by using the same environment and test procedure that is described in the “Knowledge Worker v2” scenario in the Remote Desktop SessionHost Capacity Planning in Windows Server 2008 R2 ( article.
Historically, Microsoft Outlook has only been supported in an RDSH environment when it isdeployed in Online Mode and connected to a Microsoft Exchange Server. This is still the recommended configuration for Microsoft Outlook 2010 when it is deployed in an RDSH environment. However, customers...
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