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I just got a job working with my first network. 10 comps total, 6 running Win 98, two running 2000 Pro and two with XP pro. Any suggestions??
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What is your problem that needed help with?
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i want to add W2K server. is there anyway to get around the client access licenses?
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what do u mean client adress license if every client has a license for the operating system it currently runs then all u need is the server 2003 licensing and ur fine.
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if you have over 5 clients connected to a server you have to pay client access fees for each one. they can be done per server, meaning one license for every comp connected or per seat meaning one for every client.
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