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Dear All,

 

Please I need help with selecting the best server for my school to use in our lab.

 

We need a server specification that can be able to support 100 users using L300 vspace client workstations to login to the server running windows 10.

 

Currently, we are having issues with slowness in computing power when users login. 

 

We are running graphic design applications and all users need to access it concurrently. 

 

As mentioned, we are using ncomputing vspace server and thin-client devices.

 

Thanks for your support

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@Zheb

 

Welcome to the HP Community Forum.

 

I hate to send you away -- I do believe you want to talk to Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

 

HP split up a while ago and are now two separate companies.  "We" are HP Inc.  

 

Servers and other HP Enterprise technologies:

 

Sales:

1-855-472-5233

 

Please visit the HPE Contact page for more contact information, including a CHAT option:

Contact HPE

 

 

A word of caution -- Some of the advertisements you will find on Internet search are NOT Hewlett Packard Enterprise.  Some of these folks may try to convince you otherwise.  Do not be fooled by sneaky posers.

 

 

Thank you for participating in the HP Community Forum.

We are a community of HP enthusiasts dedicated to supporting HP devices and technology.

 

 

 

Kind Regards,
Dragon-Fur

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