In a Terminal Server environment with a bunch of users each running several applications, what happens when one instance of an application ends up consuming a lot of CPU resources? What's the impact? If the user had been running this application on his desktop, it would have only slowed down his other applications. In a terminal server environment where the server resources are shared, this one application instance impacts all the other users. The server becomes unresponsive. You've got a negative impact on your ability to consistently deliver high levels of performance and a good user experience.
Why not automate this resource management and reduce high CPU usage by individual processes or users? RTO's TScale product offers terminal server performance optimization by controlling how applications run on your servers. One of TScale's features, Application Shaping, allows you to specify how the CPU resources are to be shared. Application Shaping constantly monitors and keeps applications from consuming more than their fair share of the CPU resources so that all users are serviced even during peaks in user demand.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Easiest Way to Reduce High CPU Usage on Terminal Servers- RTO Software Blog