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When are SQL Server and Windows Server required?

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My firm needs to manage three to four databases on a basic Window XP pro
machine to serve up to 10 clients. My questions are:

1) When is SQL server require (# clients?)

2) When is Windows Server 2003 required?

3) How easy is it to have the complete databases replicated on the
individual client computers?

4) a) How easy is it to synchronize the client databases with the master?
b) In other words, if one of our consultants has a stack of business
cards, can those additions be added:
1) connected to a broadband connection remotely
2) when they are disconnected (on an airplane) and then reconnect?


Database descriptions:

Database 1: 50 records, each record is 10 pages long with 200 parameters
Database 2: 10,000 records, each one is 1/2 page of info (basic contact
database)
Database 3: 400 records, each record is 5 pages long with 100 parameters
Nov 12 '05 #1
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