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It is this balance that you must consider when designing zones. Usually, you will end up creating a unique zone for each physical network location within a server farm. However, this does not always have to be the case. You can configure any server to be a member of any zone. Zone boundaries do not have to fall in line with IP subnets or network segments. < Day Day Up > < Day Day Up > The IMA Data Store Now that we've seen how zone data collectors are responsible for tracking and maintaining server information that changes frequently, let's take a look at the components of a MetaFrame XP server farm that maintain information that does not change frequently.

Some users may only need to access applications on single MetaFrame XP servers while others may need to access applications across departments via many MetaFrame XP servers. The mix of local applications and remote MetaFrame XP applications is also a factor. Will any applications be loaded locally on the users' computers or will everything be done via MetaFrame XP? If everything is done via MetaFrame, and the MetaFrame servers are located across the WAN from the users and the WAN link goes down, all productivity stops.

This example illustrates a situation in which a user only needed access to a database and a home drive. Other users may need to access files and data from many different groups in many different locations. Also, don't forget about Windows roaming user profiles. If one single roaming profile is to be used for all MetaFrame XP sessions on servers throughout the world, then that profile needs to be accessible to the user wherever they log on. ) If a user only needed to access data from one geographic region, the design would be simple.

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