Everything old is new again.....

We had been advised that maximum 25 users per Citrix server is a good rule
of thumb. Looks like you are following that same standard. I was hoping
that Domino might be a special case that could support more. We have an
opportunity to move Domino to an offsite location, but that would mean all
250 Notes users would need to work through Citrix. That's a
farm-and-a-half of Citrix servers.

Are your local users going through Citrix or the Notes Client?

Phil





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We have 4 like configured Citrix servers set up with load balancing. They

are currently supporting about 25 each and can ramp up to 50. Currently
each is a separate blade - but they are all in the same blade center.
(Other priories have placed getting the DR site up on the back burner.)
When the DR site is up we plan on having two blades out there running
Citrix also.

I've been told that it made a HUGE difference to our users in our plant in

El Paso. Notes over Citrix is fast for them, while the same domino
application may take 15 minutes to open an attachment if not run from
within Citrix.

Citrix to me almost sounds like the resurrection of the dumb terminal
although with full graphical and other capabilities.

Rob Berendt

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