I got an offer for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 today, what questions should I ask to know if can it work in a shared enviroment?
sorry if this its a silly question, but I'm kinda donkey when I talk about Windows Licenses.
Thanks in advance.
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Make sure it is one of these versions of SQL Server 2000 listed below otherwise it will not work well with more than 10 users.
SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition
Used as a production database server. Supports all features available in SQL Server 2000, and scales to the performance levels required to support the largest Web sites and enterprise online transaction processing (OLTP) and data warehousing systems.
SQL Server 2000 Standard Edition
Used as a database server for a small workgroup or department.