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I have two Windows 2000 machines running as app servers. Our users here connect to them to access our ERP system. We have about 15 users on either machine at any given time. The machine specs are as follows

Windows 2000 running TS in app mode
2 P4 2.4 GHz w/ HT
3 GB ram

Windows 2000 running TS in app mode
2 P4 3.06 GHz w/HT
4 GB ram

The machine that has the 2.4 Ghz and 3 gig ram is running slower (obviously) than the other machine, but it is noticeable. Now when you connect, the login for the machine comes up just fine but after logging in to this machine it takes maybe 3 minutes for the ERP program to come up where as with the other box it's almost an instant. It also takes quite a while to log off or our ERP system and disconnect from the serve. Which is again about 3 minutes.

What I'm wondering is if the difference in processor speed and memory is actually causing this slowness.
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