|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] Windows O/S Config for 50-user system|
> Hiyes - so why is the wording "Internet Information Services" listed as a
> > OK - tell me why, then, very well known webhosting companies
> > provide stock standard windows2000 / 2003 servers (no special
> > extra licences) for the purpose of hosting websites which
> > potentially allow 1,000s of simultaneous users to use the IIS
> > service (which by default setup allows 100,000 simultaneous
> > connections). Take a look at the pricing offered by any "jack"
> > hosting company and if any extra license costs were to be
> > layered onto the cost structure of their boxes, noone would
> > sign up. They really are rock bottom prices.
> IIS does *NOT* require windows server CALs.
> IIS connections are "free".
service which permits max 10 users, in the EULA?