The budget is a bit tight, so I am wondering if I can get away with having the server as a domain controller and...
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well as a terminal server. All the logons occur in the morning. Once everyone is on, they stay on, so I expect a performance hit in the morning. Am I going about this the proper way, or should I suck it up and get another box for a DC?
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