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Does anyone know what microsoft means when it claims that SQL 2005 in
processor licensing mode is optimized for web use?

Stuart

Oct 11 '06 #1
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st**********@ut dgroup.com wrote:
Does anyone know what microsoft means when it claims that SQL 2005 in
processor licensing mode is optimized for web use?

Stuart
If you're are talking about optimizing costs it's difficult to use CALS
for an unknown number of web users?

http://www.microsoft.com/sql/howtobu...licensing.mspx

Oct 11 '06 #2
st**********@ut dgroup.com wrote:
Does anyone know what microsoft means when it claims that SQL 2005 in
processor licensing mode is optimized for web use?

Stuart
I think they mean it is cheaper, unless your website is somehow
constrained to a very small number of users.

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