|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] FB server installation and concurrent users limits on Windows Server|
thank for the suggestion. i am very suprised of this occurrence.
i've read some post's and "Fb ticket support" about it
sound so strange
possible that noone use FB on a domain controller or maybe is not so common to have users that reach DB size more then 1 GB or when FB is installed on a domain controller
rightnow i can't imagine how much my application will need but now i am "worried" about working with FB
so i am starting to think that FB is used only for small projects and/or in "low profile network/companies"
---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <louis@...> wrote :
Do not run FB server on a serer that is a domain controller. There is sufficient empirical proof that this is not good…
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Sent: 30 October 2014 06:08 PM
Subject: [firebird-support] FB server installation and concurrent users limits on Windows Server
I know that FB as software doesnt have any limit to the users that can access the engine.
I am wondering if is there any “access limit” imposed from a windows system server (like the latest 2008/2012)
that will require to buy extra licenses
I suppose that If I will install FB server on a window “client machine” for a small network group I will have no limitation about users that can connet to the machine and then to FB engine
What if I will install the engine on a Windows 2012 RX server?
I already know that the license comes with possibility to validate 5 users simultaneously accessing the server and you have to buy extra CAL
If I will not use a DOMAIN and the windows system control about users accessing FB engine would I have no limitation about the number of CLIENTS that will access the FB server engine?
Thank you for the reply
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