Re: CAL's

From: Martin Hillion (
Date: 03/08/04

Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2004 20:01:51 -0500

Clients connecting to the IIS server will use only one connection to the
MSDE. IIS already established that connection.
So X users will always use that same connection

<> wrote in message
> Not for IIS,
> imagine....
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Question, trying to figure how to license windows. Have a
> >web site (IIS), uses windows authentication, I'm using
> >MSDE SQL. If I have over 10 concurrent accesses do I have
> >to get CAL's ?
> >Thanks
> >.
> >

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