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Best can be cheapest or most up to date. I'm more interested in cheapest. Thanks!

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What are you trying do, get RDP Access to the server, host an ASP.NET web application, etc? More info is needed. – mrdenny Jun 19 '10 at 23:21
I'm trying to create a 2010 Team Foundation Server with SQL Server Enterprise 2008 R2 and MOSS 2010. This requires at least 2GB of RAM and 2 cores. I would like to connect to it remotely from http and rdp into it also. – LwoodyIII Jun 20 '10 at 17:52
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Rackspace is another cloud provider that support windows

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Would you settle for biggest over "cheapest or up to date"?

Windows Azure Platform

Amazon EC2 Running Microsoft Windows Server & SQL Server

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