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Lee Surgeoner

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Since: May 27, 2004
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(Msg. 1) Posted: Thu May 27, 2004 11:47 am
Post subject: NLB Cluster issue with Terminal Services
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We are creating an NLB cluster of 3 servers to manage our
terminal services needs and another server to manage
roaming profiles.

The NLB cluster for the 3 terminal servers is setup and
working fine, what the problem is in fact is each time a
user logs in the first time to terminal services they get
onto one of the 3 servers (as you would expect), the next
user goes to the next server, etc... but then you log off
and log back on and you end up on the same server you
first logged on to, I assume its using the machine name to
remember where that user's server was the last time they
logged in.

The whole point of us puting this NLB cluster in was to
load balance not put all the heavey users onto the same
server each time.

If any of you can help me to get the NLB cluseter to
alternate which server a user go to please let me know.

Many thanks

Lee Surgeoner

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