How many GUI-Level virtual users can I concurrently execute from a single instance of Windows Terminal Server?

How many GUI-Level virtual users can I concurrently execute from a single instance of Windows Terminal Server?

Testing on a machine with the following specifications:

Processor:  3GHz Intel Pentium 4 
Memory:     2GB of RAM 
OS:    Windows 2003 Server Operating System (Inc Windows Terminal Server)

Borland found that SilkPerformer could execute approximately 25 concurrent Virtual Users before all of the available resources of the machine have been utilized (by the overhead of Windows RDP operations and GUI Resources). The number of virtual users is dependent on the available hardware of the Windows Terminal Server, and the complexity of the AUT (application under test).

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