3rd shift sloucher
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: some where between texas and mexico
IT guys to the resuce?
Ok working for a small company setting up a network of about 20 computers
I came in and the place was a MESS! Illegal licenses, Incorrect network naming, random IP's assigned all sorts of good stuff. I get all of these problems sorted out, get them 20 legal copys of Windows 2000 pro, and 20 legal copys of Office 2003. Me and there SQL guy have been working to finish a program that uses SBS 2003/SQL server to feed the program that helps with data entry. Now the problem, I am getting errors on the server that my license is nearing the limit of 5 that im allowed to use. Now here is my question, do I need a "user" licenses for EVERY single user that is going to try to connect to the SBS/SQL server? or what?! Microsoft is very UNHELP full with this.
Cliff notes: Trying to connect 20 pc's to SBS/SQL server do i need CAL for each user trying to connect to it?