How much bandwidth is needed per user in a terminal server environment?

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    Just wondering if anyone has figures that they use for bandwidth allowance in a terminal server environment?

    I have always gone on the basis of allowing around 75kbps per user – for a standard setup with just the office suite, internet access and so on.

    I watched a webinar yesterday and the presenter was saying that vmware (A technology I dont use) recommend 125kbps, and this particular company were allowing for 250kbps – but they were using heavy design software.

    Just interested to hear other peoples experiences?

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