Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Thu, 30 Apr 1998 10:01:32 -0700

rkm wrote:
> In a per seat licensing model we will never experience more than 25
> SIMULTANEOUS users logged into the server at the same time, so it isn't an
> issue. The number of entries in the SAM is irrelevant. The license logging
> service can help keep track of simultaneous logins to properly purchase the
> required number of per-seat licenses.

A per-seat license is one where you purchase a license for every
"seat" (typically each computer). A per server license if what you
are thinking of, where you purchase x licenses for the server, and
the server can have up to that many concurrenct users connected.

In your case, per seat would mean each of your users, which is not
what you want. :)

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