Well, you could do this on a single processor laptop or it could take a 16 way Unisys server running the 64 bit version of SQL Server on Windows 2000 DataCenter edition. There is no way of sizing anything without a LOT of very specific information such as data size, user volume, transaction volume, types of transactions, query patterns broked down by time frame during the day, amount of code that IIS has to run, etc.
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