Standard Server - Is the first instance of a group of Connection Servers.
Replica Server - Additional Standard Connection Servers are called Replica Servers. Replica Servers can be used to provide high‐availability and load balancing.
Each replica server has a local LDAP instance (using Microsoft's ADAM), the View LDAP data on the replica server is copied from an existing View Connection Server when a new one is installed.
Security Server - In a DMZ a Security server can be installed to add additional protection. Security servers ensure only authenticated users can connect to the internal network from external locations by providing a single point of access.
Transfer Server - A Transfer Server is required when using local desktop (aka offline mode).
Minimum requirements for View Connection Server(s) are as follows:
The View Connection Server can be physical or virtual. (Ideally virtual to get the benefits of HA and DRS)
Pentium IV 2.0GHz Processor or Higher
2 GB RAM or higher for Windows Server 2003 32bit host system
4 GB RAM or higher for Windows Server 2008 64bit host system
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