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For a project I need to have a server setup where users can RDP in and access Adobe Dreamweaver which is installed on the server.

What OS should I use?

Can I install Windows 7 Enterprise on the server and enable RDP into the server? Or should I go with Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter

I only expect 1 user to be logged in at a time.

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If it's only one person, then just simply setup the Win7. No need for server OS.

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I would use Server 2008R2 with RDSH (the new version of terminal services). You can publish Dreamweaver as a remote app as well using 2008R2. Windows 7 has many more restriction on the number of concurrent RDP sessions than Server 2008R2 does.

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